SerialsSolutions MARC makes the baby Cutter cry.
Whoever their cataloger is, I get this feeling that they have no idea how authorities work.
Yeah, the problem being there is no cataloger looking at most of their records. This one was a actually “full record” sourced from Books in Print, so they sucked the metadata in from there.
Ok, library peeps. I’ve finally let my (locally) famous Ebook Access Checker script out into the wild world:
A simple JRuby script to check for full-text access to e-resource titles. Plain old URL/link checking won’t alert you if one of your ebook links points to a valid HTML page reading “NO ACCESS.” This script will.
Have at it…
“As part of the general celebration of St Patrick’s Day at Trinity, we would like to announce that the Book of Kells in its entirety is now viewable in the Library’s new Digital Collections online repository, provided by the Library’s Digital Resources and Imaging Services.”
An iPad app is also available. How exciting!
I love these drums and the patterns painted on them.
The Sámi drums are oval wooden frames (South Sámi gievrie) or bowls (North Sámi goavddis) covered with reindeer skin. The drumskins are decorated with characteristic patterns painted with a red colour obtained by chewing alder bark. Of the hundreds – possibly thousands – once existing, only 71 drums have survived with their skins intact; the designs of a few more are partially known from early modern drawings of variable accuracy.
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