August 03, 2007

The Proper Shelving of Books

LL and I stopped in at Barnes & Noble in the Shoppes at Blackstone Valley to pick up a couple of books we needed. While perusing the biology/chemistry section, I noticed that there were two copies of Michael Behe's Darwin's Black Box there. Realizing that this isn't a science book (in fact, it was hailed by such "journals" as Christianity Today when it was published in 1996), I decided to make sure that people who would be looking for them would be able to find them. I moved them to the appropriate section, Christianity, alphabetized by the author's last name. This way, the people most likely to want a copy of the book will be able to find it in the section they're going to be browsing.

I am nothing if not helpful.

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