We here have elected to subscribe to an alphabetical arrangement as opposed to the hierarchical social popularity arrangement of librarians in our index. Using the comment feature on the blog. As it's open to everyone feel free to include yourself and your librarian's blog or homepage in our index. (legal notice: This site is in no way affiliated with lii.org or any other library index to the internet. This site raises no money and provides a free listing service.)

Monday, June 21, 2004

This is a basic introduction regularly updated to the Librarian's blogs Librarians index Librarian's blogs.

(SHORT NOTE FOR OUR FIRST TIME USERS ONLY).
We've found the only fair way to list librarian's blogs and personal homepages is to use an alphabetic arrangement. That avoids the trap of the social popularity contest. We strive to be the most open listing index of librarians which is open to absolutely everyone. Anyone can list their librarian's blog or personal homepage in our index using the comment feature. By way of reciprocity the only thing we ask of our users is to provide a link anywhere on your homepage to our index, so that we may facilitate the other librarians homepages being listed. For which your cooperation is appreciated.

18 Comments:

Blogger Michele said...

The Bryant Library, BLTeens Blog is written primarily for teens in Roslyn, N.Y., but may be of interest and/or entertaining for others as well. It can be found at: http://www.nassaulibrary.org/bryant/blteens/blog.html. Thanks, I will include a link to the lii site as well.
Michele

10:09 AM

 
Blogger K.G. Schneider, LII Director said...

As the director of Librarians' Index to the Internet, a widely-known publicly-funded Web portal and announcement service (see http://lii.org ), I am asking you to contact me about the name of your blog so we can discuss this matter. Thanks very much.

Karen G. Schneider
Director, Librarians' Index to the Internet

10:14 AM

 
Blogger Anna said...

Do you know about LIS Blogsource and the dmoz index of library and librarian blogs? You may be reinventing the wheel here, not to mention co-opting the name of a well-known resource.

12:40 PM

 
Blogger polymathlibrarian said...

The text is suspiciously similar to the Librarians page at Open Directory.

10:06 PM

 
Blogger RogerAltson said...

Hi. I'm Roger Altson. Would you please add my page to your index? I am looking for work. Anyone who knows of any job vacancies please let me know. I will be posting my resume on my page soon. Thanks

http://www.geocities.com/rogeraltson/rogerlibrarypage.html

12:44 AM

 
Blogger RogerAltson said...

Hi. I'm Roger Altson. Would you please add my page to your index? I am looking for work. Anyone who knows of any job vacancies please let me know. I will be posting my resume on my page soon. Thanks

Roger's Library Page

12:47 AM

 
Blogger Dank said...

Might as well add the "Luddite Librarian" at http://ludditelibrarian.blogspot.com/
A good tagline? How about "A library blog devoted to ridiculing library blogs and other worthless library-related technology and navel-gazing"

9:45 AM

 
Blogger robert said...

May I suggest my own modest blog?
http://raharris.livejournal.com

raharris

5:20 PM

 
Blogger Terry said...

I would like to mention my own, newly-minted librarian blog at:

http://librariansonedge.blogspot.com/

Terry Ballard

1:45 PM

 
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I have a directory site/blog. It pretty much covers directory related stuff.

Check it out if you get time.

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Once again, thank you ##NAME##, look forward see more posts from you in the future :-)

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10:39 PM

 
Blogger Library Goddess said...

Please add my book review blog to your list!

http://librarygoddess.blogspot.com.
The title is Books Books Book: A high school librarian reviews books written or appropriate for YAs.

My name is Sharon Dalton.

7:15 AM

 
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