Wednesday, January 26, 2005

My MARC record

See I told you I was a geek - here is my delightful MARC record. I feel like the mother of a newborn baby.

Orinoco Flow: [text] : culture, narrative, and the political economy of information / by Benjamin Keith Belton. – [1st ed]. – Lanham, Maryland : Scarecrow Press , c2003.
218 p. ; 14 x 21.6 cm.

Includes Index.
Includes Bibliography.
ISBN 0-8108-4831-7

Marc Coding

Type: a Bib l: m Desc: a Ctry: xxu Lang: Eng Srce: d
Dat tp: s Date: 2003

Variable Fields Indicators Subfields with Bibliographic Data

020 b b |a 081848317
040 b b |a Ca OT ULS |b eng |c OT ULS
043 b b |a ve
100 1 b |a Belton, Benjamin Keith
245 1 0 |a Orinoco Flow b:b |b culture, narrative, and the political economy of information b |c Benjamin Keith Belton
260 b b |a Lanham, mdu : |b The Scarecrow press |c c2003
300 b b |a vii, 218 p.
504 b b |a Includes bibliographic notes (p.193-211) and indexes.
650 b 0 |a Narration |x rhetoric
650 b 0 |a Space and time
650 b 0 |a Literature and history
650 b 0 |a Myth in literature
650 b 0 |a Information society
650 b 0 |a Consumption |x economics
650 b 0 |a Culture
651 b 0 |a Venezuela
651 b 0 |a Orinoco River Region

Is that not a piece of art?


At Thursday, 27 January, 2005, Blogger emily said...

I really have no idea what a MARC record is, but it is very pleasing to look at. Way to go!

At Friday, 28 January, 2005, Blogger No one asked us said...

Well my dear a MARC record is the world wide computer standard format for creating online public access catalogue records. It is a form for ensuring that all of the fields that you see displayed for a book (or any other format in a catalogue) are properly displayed. So the fields are what divides up the program and then the words are what you see in the correct placement.


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