So what do the librarian bloggers have to say? First I went to Feel Good Librarian. I luff her. She is so customer oriented and nice and, well, feel good-y. She doesn't post too often, so I rarely get the pleasure of three posts I haven't read when I click on her link.
Then I went to the Doyenne of Librarian Blogs, Librarian.net, Jessamyn West's blog. She has a great post on Social Networking, with an accompanying five slides. I love her last sentence:
Since JW is the one who pushed me in the direction of blogging, I commented, of course.
"A lot of the print materials I’ve come across err on the side of caution which is not a bad idea but often there’s no “Hey you really SHOULD try this” counterpoint. I hope I was able to offer that somewhat."
Tasha, over at Kids Lit is one of the first "kids librarian bloggers" I found. I don't visit her as often as I used to, but this past week (or was it last?) I sat and left her a ton of comments. She's a reviewer, so often gets books before we do. She recently reviewed I'm the biggest thing in the ocean, which I had flipped through the other day and loved. I commented, of course.
Fuse #8 Productions posts almost every day and long and I can't keep up. But she linked to a post from Fugly about Hermione (Emma Granger) which linked to a post about Rupert Grint getting a Howler about what he wore to the HP Premiere.
Click, your time is up. Okay, another day, another dollar.