Greenwich Library this week launched a new online catalog to make it easier for users to find what they want -- and perhaps discover new things they didn't know they wanted. "About two and a half years ago, we conducted a community survey, and one of the things that came out of that survey was that people wanted a more Google-like search functionality, and they wanted a more Amazon-like feel to the process of trying to find materials," said Barbara Ormerod-Glynn, the library's director. Library officials describe the new catalog as a more interactive and engaging system, which will encourage patrons to browse online and encourage more interactions among users. "Instead of going to Goodreads or Amazon, we wanted our community of readers to come here first," said Catherine Tynes, the library's senior network specialist and project manager for the new catalog's launch. Staff from all three public library branches, as well as the private Perrot Memorial Library, which uses the same catalog as the public branches, offered input on the new system, Ormerod-Glynn and Tynes said.