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09 February 2009

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how about a 'search this blog' option? or a 'suggestion box' for topics to cover in future posts? (hint, hint, where to class books about video art in dewey?)

eve isk

Because Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, in its nearly 150 years of existence, has been classed according to earlier editions of Dewey as well as DDC 22, other numbers can still be found in WorldCat records.

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