The links below are to articles taking a look at the new Audible feature for social sharing, ‘Clips.’
The link below is to an article that looks at the ebook sharing app ‘Ownshelf.’
The link below is to an article that provides another take on Ownshelf, the ebook sharing site mentioned in an earlier post.
The link below is to an article concerning a very interesting start up called ‘Ownshelf,’ which is an ebook sharing site – something like a Dropbox for ebooks.
The link below is to an article about the new book sharing site called BookLikes.
The link below is to another article on the startup ‘Ownshelf.’
The link below is to an article that reports on efforts to limit the usefulness of highlighting and sharing highlighted text.
The link below is to an article that looks at the pros and cons of both sites. I’m a Goodreads fan, so I’m happy where I am. I have looked at other sites, including LibraryThing, but settled on Goodreads in the end.
For part one of the series on Goodreads Vs LibraryThings, visit:
The link below is to the website Jellybooks, which is a site all about sharing books, sampling books and discovering books.
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