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Top to bottom (all links point to each book's details page on Library Thing):
BITCHfest: Ten Years of Cultural Criticism from the Pages of Bitch Magazine by Lisa Jervis & Andi Zeisler, eds. (2006)
Bird Flu: A Virus of Our Own Hatching by Michael Greger (2006)
Misogyny: The World's Oldest Prejudice by Jack Holland (2006)
Quintessential Tarantino: The Films of Quentin Tarantino by Edwin Page (2005)
When Your Pet Outlives You: Protecting Animal Companions After You Die by David Congalton and Charlotte Alexander (2002)
Finding Serenity: Anti-Heroes, Lost Shepherds and Space Hookers in Joss Whedon's Firefly by Jane Espenson and Glenn Yeffeth, eds. (2005)
Alias Assumed: Sex, Lies and SD-6 by Kevin Weisman, ed. (2005)
Girls Who Bite Back: Witches, Mutants, Slayers and Freaks by Emily Pohl-Weary, ed. (2004)
Deny All Knowledge: Reading the X-Files by David Lavery, Angela Hague, and Marla Cartwright, eds. (1996)
Beyond Animal Rights: A Feminist Caring Ethic for the Treatment of Animals by Josephine Donovan and Carol J. Adams, eds. (2000)
Animal, Vegetable, or Woman?: A Feminist Critique of Ethical Vegetarianism by Kathryn Paxton George (2000)
Ecofeminism: Women, Culture, Nature by Karen J. Warren, ed. (1997)
Animals and Women: Feminist Theoretical Explorations by Carol J. Adams and Josephine Donovan, eds. (1995)
The Pornography of Meat by Carol J. Adams (2003)
Well, it's a pile of books, shot for Librarything's bookpile contest. Eh? Too literal, you say?
Entry for the LibraryThing down page contest.
Not real happy with the quality I was able to acheive here, but at least it was fun to do :-)
Posted for the LibraryThing Outage Bookpile Contest.
I was at work when I noticed the outage, so I grabbed books from a few shelves close by. Everyone else seems to have gone with clever thematic selections, so consider this my straight-down-the-line tribute to the sysadmins who get stuck with fixing things when stuff breaks.
Check out the other entries.
Maximum Ride- The Angel Experiment
Anne of Green Gables
Final Notes from a Great Island
The Chalet School
The Good Earth
The First Princess of Wales
The TTL Pocket Guide to... Diseases
Vampire Knight 2
Vampire Knight 3
Vampire KNight 4
Howl's Moving Castle 1 (Film Comic)
Howl's Moving Castle 2 (Film Comic)(Chinese)
Howl's Moving Castle (Novel)
Castle in the Air (Sequel to HMC)
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Harry Potter and the Other of the Phoenix
Beka Cooper: Terrier
Twilight (Paperback) (Yes, TWO copies)
The Art of Howl's Moving Castle (I have altogether... 5 HMC-related books)
The Tide Knot
Jane Austen's Completed Works
Shakespeare's Completed Works
This is what happens when you spend too much time surrounded by other biologists away from normal civilzation and Librarything goes down.
I know they're working on it, but I'm going nuts waiting on them to get it back up and running.
I can't seem to focus, LT is down. It should be back at peak performance soon . . .
The Rundown (actually, the RunUP):
Wrecked, Reason, Reported, Reactions, Responding, Riddles, Realization, Rummaging, Rigging, Reliable, Road to Recovery, Restoration, Retrieval, Return, Readable, Repaired, Result
LibraryThing went down today. They're having a contest. This is my entry.
LibraryThing is down at the moment, and this is a pile of books that reflects that. We're not that worried, because we know that the data is well backed up, so it's not 'Gone with the wind', but nonetheless, we're still sending Cosmic Love Vibes to the staff because it's (K)Not Work(ing).
When it is though, it'll be a case that if You're OK, then I'm OK. So - Never Surrender, because that would be the Ultimate Insult to your fans. But we're not worried, because we know you'll give us The Last Full Measure of your devotion, but we'd best check with a Brief History of Time because without LibraryThing every minute seems like an hour.
Oh yes, and 'How to use Web 2.0 in your library' is there because LibraryThing is a classic Web 2.0 resource, and it's my book, and I'd quite like the publicity!
What to do on a hot, sunny day when Library Thing goes down? -- move the bookpile to a shady nook in the garden.
As before, the pile summarizes feelings when LT went down (Shock, Wicked Day, etc.), plus the bleak feeling for us addicts while it was down (A World Lit Only By Fire, Lost Horizon), and near the bottom some help (Worst-Case Senario Survival Handbook, etc.). (White Death symbolizes the system status messages)
All are Harry Potter & the Sourcerers Stone but only one is in English! The bottom book is the US version, the balance were brought to me by friends having adventures around the world - China, Korea, Greece, Estonia, Germany, France, Sweden!
A pile reflecting the ideas of repair and restoration, with the hopes of LT's members on the side.
Staffordcastle on LT
A pile reflecting the ideas of repair and restoration, with desperate efforts.
Staffordcastle on LT
These books are all about one hundred years old... they are my favorite part of my entire apartment.
I just came home from the used book store with this pile and LT was down :(
I figured, what the heck, I'll enter a couple of pictures into the book pile contest on LT. I certainly don't expect to win or anything, but it was fun to try and come up with a couple of themed piles of books. This one is searching/questioning with a side order of hope.
Oh! Oh! Library Thing is down. While we wait, join me in the Twentieth Plane on my bookpile.
What If? The World's Foremost Military Historians Imagine What Might Have Been
Of Love and Other Demons (Gabriel Garcia Marquez)
The Rough Guide to Greece
Small Wonder (Barbara Kingsolver)
City of God (Paulo Lins)
The Cold War (Martin Walker)
Jigs & Reels (Joanne Harris)
The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail (Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, & Henry Lincoln)
When your favourite site in the world (librarything.com) goes down, what can you do but buy a new bookshelf, and rearrange all of your books?