Social cataloging application
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A social cataloging application is a web application designed to help users to catalog things—books, CDs, etc.—owned or otherwise of interest to them. The phrase refers to two characteristics that generally arise from a multi-user cataloging environment:
- The ability to share catalogs and interact with others based upon shared items;
- The enrichment or improvement of cataloging description through either explicit cooperation in the production of cataloging metadata or through the analysis of implicit data (e.g., "People who like X also like Y").
Social cataloging applications
- Anime: AniDB, AniList, Anime News Network, Kitsu, MyAnimeList, Simkl, TVMuse
- Books: Anobii, BookArmy (defunct), Goodreads, Leafmarks (defunct), LibraryThing, Loved.la, My Library, Readgeek, Shelfari (defunct), weRead
- Board games: BoardGameGeek
- Comics: Comic Book DB
- Data: Jumper 2.0
- Devices: gdgt (defunct)
- Films: Criticker, FilmAffinity, Film Aficionado, FilmCrave, Flickchart, Flixster (defunct), IMDb, Letterboxd, Simkl, MyDramaList
- Music: Discogs, Last.fm, Libre.fm, Rate Your Music, setlist.fm
- Places and products: KartMe
- Pop culture: Soon - the everyday bucket list
- Recipes: KeepRecipes
- Scholarly citations: BibSonomy, Bibster, CiteULike, Connotea, refbase, Zotero
- Sports: Sports Passport
- Television: IMDb, Simkl, Trakt, TVMuse, MyDramaList
- Prato, Stephanie (16 October 2012). "GoodReads and 'Social Cataloging'". Syracuse University, School of Information Studies.
- "Catalogación social y crítica de libros" (in Spanish). Biblioteca de la Facultad de Arquitectura, Diseño y Urbanismo, Universidad de Buenos Aires.
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