I've been scratching around "find in a library" and beginning to wonder who at OCLC is taking what sort of design decisions, and how they regard themselves as being accountable to communities of practice?
I've also been looking at the Research Information Network and wondering how these things will all join together in the minds of the victims.
Is there anyone on this list who is invovled, or knows who is involved, in the design decisions OCLC takes?
I've just found A.F.Blunt on documentation in the humanities, 1938, for FID and it seems in a nutshell to address the issues, from which we can see after seventy years or so how progress might be said to have been happened. I think a Blunt reawakening might be called for, and a starting point?
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