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Old 09-04-2008, 05:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm trying to find an application where I can log the books I've read, books I want, etc. I don't mind paying if there's one out there.

Is anyone aware of such an application. I have one that I used on a Palm, would there be a way for it to work on the Blackberry?
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I like to use Pocketday Lists or Gridmagic depending on how automated you want to make it. Pocketday Lists is about $20 and Gridmagic is a spreadsheet program with a free version.

What do you like to read?
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Old 09-04-2008, 05:57 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Anything and everything (Horror, suspense, some sci-fi). That's the problem. I've read so many that if I don't keep a list I end up buying the same book multiple times.
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Sorry for the double post John...I've never used a forum before and wasn't sure where I should have posted it. I thought that I could somehow link them...but hit submit before I meant to.
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No worries.
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I would suggest one of the simple databases and just create your own.
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When you move a thread to another forum, is there a quick way to get there?
Or do you do a search of that forum? Thanks
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I would create my own...but I'll admit to laziness. The application I used on my Palm was Bookshelf Pro created by mlindert. I loved it. I'm fairly good at creating 2 dimensional spreadsheets etc. but don't think I could ever create anything like Bookshelf. I guess I was kinda hoping that someone else has already taken the time to create one.
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