"Helen_Davis" wrote:OOP=out of print?
That would be it.
"sweetpotatoboy" wrote:Just a further comment on the Librarything vs. Goodreads discussion.
It's occurred to me that each of the two sites has a different focus, which is reflected in their respective names and functional strengths.
LibraryThing is more focused on users cataloguing their actual libraries, ie. the books they own. (You can create folders or tags to denote books you've read but don't own, but that is more a secondary development.) Of course, all the ratings, reviews and discussions that flow from that are part of the site as well, but it's structured around the books you have in your library and the functionality of adding book details, editions, covers and so on is very strong.
Goodreads is more focused on the books that users have read or plan to read. You can add a note to say whether you own the book or not, but that's not the main structural feature. I find it a lot harder to find or add the exact edition of a book I have and its cover and other aspects. But the discussion and groups are a lot stronger.