Category Archives: China

Confucius and the Contributor

The other day the Feral Cataloger was consulted on a severe case of reaction to AACR2 rule 21.1C1b. A colleague who had been working with catalogs for decades suddenly discovered that editors cannot be main entries. She was in pretty … Continue reading

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Flinging the Files, Flinging the Foucault

Even though the daytime temperatures are still punishing hereĀ at Feral Cataloger headquarters, the feline staff are sensing the change in the angle of the sun and starting to pack in extra helpings of Sea Captain’s Choice. I’m also responding to … Continue reading

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