Take just a couple of minutes to look at this video.
It is a record of an extraordinary series of events – which were really one big event.
Like everything else we do at Goodreads, KINDLR was a passion project from start to finish.
Several members of the Goodreads team are single and dating in San Francisco, and they were getting a little too familiar with profile photos of girls in fake mustaches and guys cradling baby tigers or dancing shirtless at Burning Man.
"We realized that we'd need to either change our lifestyles, or change the way that we date," says Project Manager Andreas Ernst. With the red-hot new Goodreads dating app, KINDLR, your love matches are based on your book choices.
KINDLR is currently stoking bookish flames in three beta cities: San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York. Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" Amy wrote: "I would definitely try this out if it was in the Minneapolis/St.
With their smaller more informal format they are a nimble, interesting and exciting way of presenting antiquarian bookselling in the 21st century, attracting people far beyond the usual book fair visitors to people who haven’t previously been aware of the fascination of old and rare books.
The ILAB Pop Ups are an amazing means to attract younger people, and they are a proof that that ILAB’s motto is still alive: Amor librorum nos unit.
On UNESCO World Book & Copyright Day 2015 ILAB booksellers brought the books to the people.
They popped up at the most unexpected places, in schools, at train stations, restaurants, pubs, schools, museums, libraries, woolsheds, business clubs, in the streets, on boats, on skyscrapers.