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BiblioTech - June 12, 2009 - 0 Comments

The Book Seer

The Book Seer

Posted by Eric

A clever web application for recommending books. Looks like it pulls its results from Amazon and LibraryThing. Check out The Book Seer.

BiblioTech - May 13, 2009 - 0 Comments

Readernaut

Readernaut

Posted by Eric

Readernaut is another social networking site for book lovers. There’s not much info on the site at the moment, as it’s still in Beta, but it looks like you can share what you’re reading (or have read) by “writing notes, tracking progress, and engaging in meaningful discussions with friends.”

BiblioTech - May 04, 2009 - 6 Comments

Bookarmy

Bookarmy

Posted by Eric

Bookarmy is a new social networking site that “lets you organise, plan and share your reading life on the web.” Enter the title of your favourite books and Bookarmy will try to link you to the people, authors, and discussions that match your interests.

BiblioTech - April 29, 2009 - 5 Comments

Poetry Planet 2009

Poetry Planet 2009

Posted by Eric

I’m about a month behind with this, but the League of Canadian Poets has put up a Poetry Planet blog to celebrate National Poetry Month. The poems on the blog are meant to

discuss and elaborate on themes of poetry related to the ideas of land, culture, nature and how we define Canada, from the very first Canadian artists, Aboriginal Peoples, and storytelling, and to today’s youth, who reflect the diversity of the land and languages of Canadian cultural climates.

There are plenty of poems and comments on the site. Go check it out.

 

BiblioTech - January 29, 2009 - 9 Comments

BookGlutton

BookGlutton

Posted by Eric

BookGlutton is a new web-based tool for online reading, book discussions, and workshopping. While the site has its own library of public domain titles, you can also upload your own work and have it critiqued by others. See the video below to find out how it works.

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BiblioTech - December 21, 2008 - 0 Comments

Whichbook.net

Whichbook.net

Posted by Eric

Whichbook.net is a web-based tool for suggesting books based on your mood or reading preference. The website features a series of sliders you can manipulate in order to define the type of book you want to read. The site then suggests books based on your choices. Might be worth checking out

BiblioTech - March 18, 2008 - 1 Comment

BookLamp

BookLamp

Posted by Eric

A new site for matching readers and books just popped up on the radar: BookLamp. From the site:

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BiblioTech - January 31, 2008 - 1 Comment

Amazon Buys Audible.com

Amazon Buys Audible.com

Posted by Eric

From the press release:

Amazon.com today announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire Audible Inc.

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BiblioTech - July 21, 2007 - 1 Comment

BooksPrice.com: Online Book Price Comparison

BooksPrice.com: Online Book Price Comparison

Posted by Eric

For those of you (us) that buy books online, there’s a new, free online tool for comparing prices between online shops: BooksPrice.com. The site also works for DVDs, music, and video games.

When you choose the book for which you want to compare prices, you’re shown either a table or a chart, listing stores and prices from lowest to most expensive, including the cost of shipping. You can choose your currency and general shipping info (i.e., your country) in order to filter your results. Amazon.ca seems to be the only “Canadian” store listed (as far as I’ve seen).

(Via Duct Tape Marketing)

BiblioTech - July 20, 2007 - 5 Comments

Bibliochaise: What’s on your bookshelf?

Bibliochaise: What’s on your bookshelf?

Posted by Eric

From Italian design company nobody & co, an armchair library for small spaces:

La Bibliochaise Home is water varnished in white, black or aubergine, also available in others colors upon request. Cotton cushions with removable covers in a wide range of colours. Contains 5 metres of books.

(via Digg)

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