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1 Nurturing is one thing; pandering is another. You decide.
1 Come on GR, there's nothing wrong with the review.

Just another reason I gave up writing reviews on this site. "Political correctness" brought to a new height (or depth).
Feb 09, 2014 08:54PM

1 No doubt it's accounts. Many times I have asked (not expecting an answer) for the number of users who have accessed this site in the last 6 months. Even offered a reasonable contribution to the charity of Otis or whomever's choice for the number. Nothing.
Feb 03, 2014 04:33PM

1 Lobstergirl wrote: "Please....10 million of those accounts are spammers or sockpuppets."

A conservative estimate. I imagine more like 15 million inactive accounts, tho not necessarily spammers/sockpuppets.
1 And one could identify "fraudulent" accounts as opposed to legitimate multiple accounts how?
Feb 03, 2014 04:30PM

1 Apparently not a priority.
Feb 03, 2014 11:15AM

1 Karma♥Bites ^.~ wrote: "Linda K wrote: "...As more readers find their way around on Goodreads they will learn on their own the effects of the ratings and reviews and use them in the way a reading site should be. ..."

(bo..."



Perhaps I'm naive, but I imagine the FTC has a little more to do with its time than find and harass one star raters. In the great world (or USA), it's of no importance to 99.9 percent of the people at all. None. It's a constant source of amazement to some of us how seriously reviewers/raters take themselves. If there are 1000 people who give a darn what any reviewer or rater does, one star or five star I'd like to hear from them.
Feb 03, 2014 11:10AM

1 Lobstergirl wrote: "Elizabeth (Alaska) wrote: "Goodreads has always been a for-profit company. That's why it was started in the first place. It doesn't mean it always made money, and Amazon didn't make money when it f..."


I'd take their 1.6 percent any day.
1 I quit entering when I didn't win for over 18 months. I think I won two.

Not to be a smart ass, but if you want to win a book, join Library Thing :) I've won every month since I joined.
Feb 01, 2014 04:19PM

1 I would not be holding my breath for the feature....
Jan 25, 2014 02:24AM

1 LOL. Too true.
Jan 20, 2014 11:30AM

1 Ditto
Jan 19, 2014 05:05PM

1 "Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the point of this site and it's apps to connect readers with books and by default the stats of the books?"


Sorry to be the one to break it to you, but the object of this site has changed to selling books for Amazon. Plain and simple. Reader usefulness, accessibility, etc., are unimportant.
Jan 13, 2014 04:11PM

1 Still happening as of now
Jan 10, 2014 08:26PM

1 Well put Sandra, so much HAS been lost. And nothing gained worth mentioning.
Jan 10, 2014 03:25PM

1 Thanks for the info.
Jan 10, 2014 01:24PM

1 How do I delete the Challenge Icon from the home page? I don't wish to participate or see it and can't figure out how to eliminate it. Thanks.
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Jan 09, 2014 11:40AM

1 Hello Aaron. I will pray for you.... :)
Jan 06, 2014 06:21PM

1 It's my opinion that as long as GR/Amazon gets the free labor of librarians, there is no incentive to stop making messes. Which is one of the reasons I stopped herculean editing and just very occasionally fix things directly on my booklist.
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Dec 26, 2013 07:50AM

1 Have you ever seen a wave, photo from above, with foam on top, moving toward the coast from a distance?

That's how the line is, IMHO. Varying, portions moving toward the front or back, portions disappearing only to reappear suddenly and without prior notice.

Or, the line is subject to the whims of whoever is patrolling that day at GR.

Take your pick?


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