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By ksclarke, Section Mindful Link Propagation
Posted on Sat May 1st, 2004 at 08:16:02 PM EST

A very entertaining story/set of instructions about/for setting up a home library. Hasn't every cataloger (or anyone who has ever taken a cataloging course -- beyond the required ones) done this?

Kendall Clark, the author, is not a librarian yet has some pretty insightful observations about the scope of the whole process (and cataloging in general). I think this new O'Reilly column has just made it onto my bookmarks list.

http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2004/04/28/lcc.html?page=1

Kevin

 

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