Books and LibraryThing.com

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    Books and LibraryThing.com

    I don't know if anybody here is aware of librarything.com, but you can list all your books there. Although, the free account limits your library to 200 titles.

    This is my library of C/C++/C# books: LibraryThing | Catalog your books online

    If you want to record your thoughts or share information about a book with others, librarything.com is the best place to do it.

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    Great site, thanks a lot for the tip, and a very good list!

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    Have you rated any of them?
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    Rated the books? No. I just needed to keep track of my downloads so I haven't read them yet. But now, I'm starting to read them and pick the best.

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    Referencing C/C++/C# Books

    Actually, I posted this already at the sticky post about recommended books. But it may be better bringing this to everybody's attention. (And I want to see if the link now appears on my signature.)

    I don't know if anybody here is aware of librarything.com, but you can list all your books there. Although, the free account limits your library to 200 titles.

    This is my library of C/C++/C# books: LibraryThing | Catalog your books online

    If you want to record your thoughts or share information about a book with others, librarything.com is the best place to do it.

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    Oops. I forgot to save it first.
    The key economic resource ... is and will be knowledge.

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    Double oops.

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    Got it.
    The key economic resource ... is and will be knowledge.

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    O_o

    Cute...

    I'd need a secretary to list all of my books. Even just listing my C++ books would be daunting task.

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    I have deleted the duplicate posts and merged the thread into this one, which is now moved to General Discussions. I understand your excitement, but next time please do not spam so many forums with the same thing.
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