|#Ask4Stuff: WorldCat Twitter Search|
#Ask4Stuff is a new, Twitter-based service that returns a WorldCat search when you send a tweet with the tag #Ask4Stuff.
An online social game that covertly teaches students how to do library research while they go about the business of completing a research-and-writing assignment.
|Boulder Library with Amazon Reviews|
See Amazon.com customer reviews and editorials within the online card catalog of the Boulder, Colo., public library.
CodexMap lets you find, and place, books graphically on a map. Whether the book was added to the system by our harvester, or by you or another user, you can interact with a map to find books.
|LibraryThing, GoogleMaps, GeoNames, AmazonEC2|
|Go-Go Google Gadget|
Nice integration of library data like what you have checked-out or are waiting forinto an automatically updating Google Gadget. Initially for Ann Arbor District Library. Talis mashup contest winner.
GuruLib is an attempt to help organize home libraries. GuruLib fetches all cataloging information such as author and actor list, synopsis, genre, front cover etc. Either via Amazon database or from over 530 public or university libraries around the world.
A mobile based navigation tool that finds nearby New York Public Libraries in NYC.
|Libraries in Denmark|
Comprehensive map of libraries in Denmark. Shows head libraries = Hovedbiblioteker. Shows public libraries = folkebiblioteker. Shows mobile libraries = Bogbusser.
Uses Foursquare to find libraries in Japan. Search an area and display all the libraries on a map.
|Foursquare, Brightkite, GoogleMaps|
|PDF Document Library|
Doculib.org is a free pdf file sharing site using Bing Search Api.
A lightweight diary of books you've used and to share it with friends. Integrated with Amazon's catalog and Facebook. Hosted on Heroku.
|WorldCat + New York Times |
Two mashups that link NYT bestseller lists to WorldCat libraries.