Each year we've gathered a group of librarians working hard to increase the understanding our profession and it's place in the rapidly evolving online world. Again this year I tried to choose 10 writers who cover very different aspects of our profession, 10 sites that inform, educate and maybe amuse. I hope you'll find the list a nice place to find something new to read, or a place to gain better understanding of a part of librarianship that's outside of your normal area. We all have much to learn from each other, and these bloggers are working hard to share their knowledge and understanding with you.
Alternative Teen Services yalibrarian.com (Feed)
Brave New World bookseller-association.blogspot.com (Feed)
Closed Stacks closedstacks.wordpress.com (Feed).
David Lankes quartz.syr.edu/rdlankes/blog (Feed)
David Lee King davidleeking.com (Feed)
Designing Better Libraries dbl.lishost.org/blog (Feed)
In The Library with The Lead Pipe inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org (Feed)
Livejournal:The Society for Librarians* Who Say "Motherf*@!%r" (Feed) or Library Lovers' LiveJournal (Feed)
Open Source ILS Vendors, choose your favorite.--The Liblime Folks: blogs.liblime.com/open-sesame (Feed) and/or blogs.liblime.com/developers (Feed)--The Evergreen Folks: evergreen-ils.org/blog (Feed)
Planet Cataloging planetcataloging.org (Feed)