On cataloguing books

Jon Noble jon_p_noble at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 19 06:10:10 EST 2003

--- "Rowland, Jennifer A B"
<jennifer.rowland at imperial.ac.uk> wrote:
> Jennifer wrote:
> > > (Universal Decimal Classification. I actually
> don't think it's
> > > better than Dewey because I've never used Dewey
> so I don't have a
> > > way of comparing. And my books are in
> mysteries-over-here,
> > > exept-the-ones-that-are somewhere-else
> classification)
> Paul wrote:
> > How is it "Universal" when everybody uses Dewey?
> You could classify every bit of information in the
> whole universe with it!
> The power!! Mwahahaha!!!
> Jennifer
> --
But you can also do that (much more simply) with your
binary this stuff - that stuff system. we you classify
all books as either; DWJ - books by Diana Wynne Jones,
or NDWJ - anything else.


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