Revisiting Touches of Metadata

Pulled from the html source of splash page for Table of Contents (named "Bridge"> for Sense: Orientations, Meanings, Apparatus

<title> Sorties et entrées </title>
<meta name="author" content="Francois Lachance">
<meta name="title" content="Sense: Orientations, Meanings, Apparatus. Ideological dimensions of select twentieth-century occidental texts devoted to technology, perception and reproduction">
<meta name="genre" content="Ph.d. Dissertation, University of Toronto">
<meta name="place" content="Toronto, Ontario, Canada">
<meta name="date" content="September 21, 1996 CE">
<meta name="discipline" content="Comparative Literature">
<meta name="field" content="Transcoding Studies">
That's a rather grandiose way of describing the "field". Nice touch to have the title page as both an entrance and an exit - that little bit in French set to display in the title area of a browser - a liminal moment for both text and person.

And so for day 272