One of the sites I check daily, right after my Gmail and Woot, is MacZot.com, which has daily deals on Mac apps. Todays deal: 47% off Librarian Pro, which tracks your book inventory. This software is available for Mac and PC, according to the listing today.
Neat, and I love the shushing icon, but do I need this? Do I need any book inventory software?
Honestly, with the number of books coming in and out of my house, it might be a good idea, but I still like the tactile experience of browsing my own shelf of to-be-reads and picking out my next read. Do I need “serenity” to return to my bookshelf?
It might not be a bad thing, honestly, but as soon as I can bend over (and see my own feet, omg) I will be attacking the organization of my office in my own style, and I’m not sure a piece of software, even for someone as digitally eager as I am, would be of any use. Neither am I interested in Shelfari, beyond asking them to stop emailing me already.
What about you? Do you digitally index your personal library? How do you organize your books? Maybe this is a bandwagon I need to waddle after before it gets too far away.