I wrote about the DDC's treatment of terrorism just last Friday, so I'm not going to revisit the issue again today other than to say it's very much on our minds, as are the victims of terrorism around the world. Today, I'll just make a pitch about Dewey tips.
The OCLC web site is a mine of information for Dewey users. One feature that you might find particularly useful is the archive of Dewey tips. There are two kinds of tips -- Classification tips give advice on how to handle general problems that Dewey classifiers might encounter, while WebDewey tips give suggestions for users of the electronic versions of the DDC. A new tip is published every week, and you can even subscribe to an RSS feed that will alert you as soon as the tip hits the web site.