Okay, well I follow a hell of a lot of blogs, but I’m talking about library-related blogs in this post.
She primarily blogs about the relationships between things such as libraries, technology, Web 2.0/Library 2.0, virtual services, and anything related to contemporary web tech. There are quite a number of other blogs similar to hers, but I think she strikes a good balance between concrete practical tips and tricks, and reflective analysis of wider issues related to librarianship and technology.
My other favourite blogs include:
P.S. Some questions for others:
Anyone know how to make the blog title “tagline” (i.e. short description of your blog that goes below your blog title) appear? Dunno whether it’s just my theme template but it’s not showing up.
Also my tag cloud is incredibly ugly – does anyone know how to make it really pretty like those animated rotating tag clouds?
One last Q: how the hell do you insert a break, or whatever it’s called? Like, a blank line. I read somewhere that inserting <p class=”clear”> </p> would do that, but it hasn’t…
EDIT: Nevermind, I found that inserting “
” (without the talking marks) into section under the HTML tab (on the right) when you’re working on a post inserted a break like I wanted. But surely, there has to be an easier way…I must be missing something simple. Any ideas?
EDIT#2: Arg, can’t even make this part of the post properly legible…sorry I’ll fix it later. But the question still stands, surely there’s an easy way to insert a break?