doctorow at July 5th, 2013 17:42 — #1
Some bookish jewelry and accessories from Etsy make good use of Dewey Decimal classifications, such as thependantemporium's I still believe in 398.2 (fairy tales) pendants (see also). Then there's writtennerd's earrings made with Dewey numbers culled from real old hand-typed card catalogs (necklaces, too)! (via BookRiot) READ THE REST
gyrofrog at July 5th, 2013 20:42 — #2
I used to hang out in 621 and 625, myself.
simonize at July 5th, 2013 21:12 — #3
More of an LCSH than a Dewy guy, myself
gyrofrog at July 5th, 2013 21:37 — #4
Never could commit that system to memory, but I remember looking under "ML" quite a bit.
dylanehoover at July 6th, 2013 11:04 — #5
I'm the proud owner of a Dewey wristcuffs and tie tack. As a Librarian, it's the ultimate in formal wear!
Glad to see WrittenNerd is getting more exposure!
cegev at July 6th, 2013 15:23 — #6
It's worth noting that the Dewey Decimal system is a trademarked and copyrighted proprietary system, with online access costing $260/person/year.
doctorow at July 10th, 2013 17:42 — #7
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