[new in OPML form] Dewey 1000
The Dewey Decimal System is one of the classification
systems libraries use to organize knowledge.
I was able to find descriptions for the one thousand
Dewey Decimal System categories 000-999 at many library
websites on the 'net. The deeper sub-categories, however,
the tenths/hundredths/thousandths, are available 'netally
only via calendar-year subscription.
I've placed the freely-available 1000 Dewey categories into a
hierarchically-organized OPML outline file. That file can be
downloaded by right-clicking the following link and choosing a
download-the-linked-to-file command [the exact wording for such
commands varies from one email program to another; Outlook Express 5x
calls it 'Save Target As...']:
When you open up that file, you have a muy fresco way
to navigate the 1000 publicly-available Dewey categories.
next: OPMLizing the LoC classification system
easy prediction: if the Dewey organization
(http://www.oclc.org/dewey/) keeps the tenths/
sub$cription only, Dewey will slowly wither, losing out
to freely-available classification schemas. You either ride
the anti-info-monopolist nature of the web, or you get
routed around and die.