Feature Suggestion: Attached book reviews/summaries to resources (community-driven?)

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Peter Keay | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Aug 27 2013 2:18 AM

An idea that has been forming in my mind recently is the ability to attach book reviews/summaries to resources in Logos. Not user reviews, but reviews/summaries from blogs and such. If such a review were attached (or copied), it could then be viewed by the community.

So, say that a book review/summary of Beale's biblical theology was posted by ... oh, I don't know ... Scot McKnight. If someone found the review and linked it to the book, then I could look under "reviews" for that particular resource and see the link.

If a resource was reviewed/summarized in a Logos resource (in a literature-survey type resource), then perhaps it could be viewed, as well. Ideally, you could even look up reviews/summaries for a Logos resource you don't own so that you could evaluate whether you want to purchase it at that time.

Any ideas of how this could be done using existing features? Or would anyone else be interested in seeing such a feature?

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Peter Keay | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Aug 27 2013 5:32 PM

Guess I'm alone, then.

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