knitchick1979: Drawing of Philip from Kamen Rider W transforming with the Heat Memory. (Jack Reading 1)
Hello!

For my final project in my International Librarianship class, I am trying to get an overview of how cataloguing practices differ in other countries. This poll will be up until midday Wednesday 9 December (since I present on this Thursday the 10th). I appreciate your help on this!!

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knitchick1979: Drawing of Philip from Kamen Rider W transforming with the Heat Memory. (Default)
Okay so during class tonight we had an in-class assignment deconstructing Dewey Decimal numbers. Of course I finished before everyone else so then I had some fun.

Dewey geekdom this way )
knitchick1979: Drawing of Philip from Kamen Rider W transforming with the Heat Memory. (Default)
I'm reading the introduction to the 22nd edition of Dewey Decimal Classification for my cataloging class and the following instruction passage just made me giggle:


Likewise, class a work on the De Havilland 98 Mosquito (a specific British World War II fighter-bomber) in the number for fighter- bombers 623.7463 (not 623.7463094109044, the number for British fighter-bombers in World War II).


I guess it's mostly because I had Jacqueline flying a Mosquito in my story "Days of Future Past: Wistful World War II" but still, how's that for a long Dewey number? :D

I still need to work on my TARDIS Big Bang stories (anyone want to read/comment/make suggestions/crack the whip/wave pom poms for me?) and post up about the super awesome bachelorette party from the 5th! :)

But for now...back to reading about Dewey so I can get this over with :D

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