March 14, 2003

Eirik, then Jill wrote about BookCrossing.Com... This is an incredibly good idea: when you've read your books, you label them with a bookcrossing-label and release them; either by leaving them at a cafe; giving them to a fellow traveller/friend/colleague/etc (you get the picture), or, as Eirik suggests in his post: he has a book basket in his home where he leaves books for guests to take with them when they leave.

... now if getting those labels properly printed had been a tad easier, I have a continuously growing stack of paperbacks from my travels I guess I could easily release in a similar fashion (currently I occationally "lend books out" more or less permanently to friends anyway -- labelling them would make the lender pass them on and would relieve anyone from nagging guilt over not returning the books...).

Note to self: Must consider this. Must look into getting those Avery labels & print some tags...

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Yes, you must do it! I just released 5 books today. It's a blast. :)

Posted by: Kelly on April 7, 2003 02:18 AM

I love the dolphin book! Dolphins are my favrite animal.

Posted by: Alyssa gisondi on April 12, 2003 08:01 PM

You should try Worldlabel for complete selection of Avery compatible labels and cd labels in many materials. Download label templates free

Posted by: Worldlabel on April 26, 2004 12:01 AM

just read blind side and passed it on

Posted by: judy on January 13, 2005 02:47 PM
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