Posted: June 27th, 2013 | Author: dpgreen | Filed under: blogging, librarian, libraries, meme, self-reflection | Tags: Dewey, pink | No Comments »
As I was wondering what to write about today for #blogjune, I happened on this meme via Con, via Catherine.
Enter the You As The Dewey Decimal System generator! My deets produced this:
David Green’s Dewey Decimal Section: 218 Humankind
David Green = 4129478554 = 412+947+855+4 = 2218
The Bible and other religious texts, books about the general philosophy and theory of religion.
What it says about you:
You don’t mind thinking about the unknown or other very big ideas. You will never feel like your work is finished. The 200-series is dominated by Christian topics, so you may feel like you’re constantly surrounded by Christians.
Find your Dewey Decimal Section at Spacefem.com
All I entered was name, birth date & fave number between 1-3 (optional). I had 3 results to choose from (2 with identical wording) & I could choose the colour. So yeah, I don’t think it’s an exact science 😉
“Humankind;” that’s nice, I like that.
Yes, I do enjoy “thinking about the unknown or other very big ideas”.
Oh? “(I) will never feel like (my) work is finished?” Really?! Oh. NO!
I haven’t ever felt like I’m surrounded by Christians. Except for in church.
Like in any group of people, so long as they’re cool thinkers, this would never be a problem for me. Despite what the generator is implying.
What’s your Dewey number?