Friday, October 31, 2003


The Nov./Dec. issue of Searcher has an editorial about OCLC. It first complains about OCLC suing the NY hotel over using Dewey and says it should focus on important tasks. The example it gives is OCLC opening up the catalog to Google. That, the article says, is the type of thinking OCLC should be engaged in. The funny part is that between writing the article and it arriving here, OCLC has done exactly that. Strange.

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