Monthly Archives: March 2011

I Say Catalog, You Say Catalogue

How do we spell what we do? This is a problem confronting me that previous American textbook writers didn’t have to think about.  Do I accept the internationalist point of view that says we should cooperate and follow the standard … Continue reading

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Being Bibliographic

Note: I’m working on two issues simultaneously in the current chapter. The stories of cataloging heroes are still putting down roots in the metaphorical garden bed and not ready for harvest yet. I hesitate to open up the vermiculture bin and … Continue reading

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