Tagging Unique Books.
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Why? Then you can use the ultb tag page. From there you can see what other people have tagged ultb. You can see the book most commonly tagged ultb, that should be interesting/funny.
Think it will be a pain to tag multiple books ultb! Ha! try power edit! Sort your library by clicking the the Shared column twice. This puts it in order from unique books to most shared books. Note which book is your first shared books. Then click on "power edit". In power edit mode you have an option to "add a tag". Type in ultb. Then in the right hand column is a check box. Check each of your ultb books. Then click the "add to selected book" button. Then go check out the ultb tag page. A really cool way to see peoples unique books and easy way to track them. Plus learn to use really cool Library thing tools. Give it a try.
I don't see any difference in how you tagged your books. Maybe it just take time to update the page.
Tag info: ultb
Tag used 112 times by 3 users.RSS
Most often tagged ultb
Using the tag ultb
KCGordon (62), reading_fox (41), misericordia (9)
And then I see the list of reading_fox's books. Oh. I just checked and now the list starts with 3 items from ryn_books, but still only KCGordon, reading_fox, and misericordia show up as taggers.
But now I have to show my ignorance. I see "recently added" books. How do I look at the entire list?
So go to the ULTB group page. On the left side in the second box from the top is a "Search Group Members' Libraries" box. Enter the tag ultb in the box and dropdown to the tags field. Hit search. Volia! Everyone in the group who has tagged with ultb and is a member of the group shows up in the list. Pretty cool, useful, I don't know but fun. If you sort by reverse date order your book shows up at the top for date "date?". Enjoy.
So even though the caching meant it took a while for my entry to show up - when it did it had the ghosts with it ...
A very interesting read that no one else seems to have:
Married Woman v. Husbands Names by Una Stannard - which is the only one for which I have written a review.
One I am stuck on the 'combining' fence about is:
Genes III by Benjamin Lewin - I would consider this just an 'edition' but the rest of them have been sorted out so I left it alone.
Not done cataloging yet so I am sure I will find more.
(PS. I think all of the covers on these are ones I loaded myself - now I just have to figure out the scoring system).
Good for you loading covers images. I just have a digital camera and was less than pleased with the imagine I got. Do you use camera of scanner?
In Re: the cover images - I use the el cheapo (EasyShare CX6200) digital camera that came free with my computer at the lowest quality setting but WITHOUT a flash - then I use the "Kodak Easyshare" software that came free with the camera to crop and "enhance" (brightens) if needed. If I don't like the image I may shoot it again in different lighting (and try to hold my hand steadier). But maybe I am just not very picky - here is a link to my latest ultb:
I had to do it twice, because I did not realize that when I clicked to page 2 it would automatically erase all the checked boxes on page 1. And there were 5 pages with 100 books apiece (out of which I did my best to exclude books that I no longer have physically present in my house, except the ones that my next-door neighbour has borrowed, because she is going to give them back or I am going to go and get them; and books which I believe are not unique, but are just very hard to combine). :P
Couldn't have done it without power edit though.
Oh yes, these nearly all have images and all but a very few I took myself. Occasionally an Amazon image is available for a unique book -- always surprising, but welcome.
Looks like a problem to me.