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Manga at the Library



How many libraries can say they have a manga page? With links directly connected to your library catalogs?

By no means are these classics … but they are what a segment of our customers want. So my real question to you – are you using your website to point customers to content?

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/3333272 Wigwam Jones

    Personally, I like to read the poetry of Abdul Abulbul Emir.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/3333272 Wigwam Jones

    Personally, I like to read the poetry of Abdul Abulbul Emir.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/3387961 lislemck

    The last public library manga page I looked at took me to a triple X rated site in one click. This site gave me hope that someone was actually reading manga and aware of what they were linking.

    The links to chat would be controversial to the nth degree at MPOW, but I think they are important for these users. And I think Trigun is a classic, at this point.

    I wondered if the author/s considered any oekaki sites for the drawing section–very hot here, though you’d have to find the non-pron ones. I can ask my resident expert, if you’d like.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/3387961 lislemck

    The last public library manga page I looked at took me to a triple X rated site in one click. This site gave me hope that someone was actually reading manga and aware of what they were linking.

    The links to chat would be controversial to the nth degree at MPOW, but I think they are important for these users. And I think Trigun is a classic, at this point.

    I wondered if the author/s considered any oekaki sites for the drawing section–very hot here, though you’d have to find the non-pron ones. I can ask my resident expert, if you’d like.

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