Updated blogroll

I did a bit of end of the year cleaning up of the blog today, and updated my blogroll. I deleted some excellent, but rarely updated, blogs (e.g. Au Courant, Hectic Pace), and added blogs that I actually read and share frequently. New blogroll (my reading list) is listed to the right, and below:

* Academic Librarian
* Everybody’s Libraries
* Free Government Information
* Go to Hellman
* hanging together
* Information Center
* Lorcan Dempsey’s weblog
* Scholarly Communications @ Duke
* Seeing the Picture
* Tennant: Digital Libraries

And, of course, I read Boing Boing constantly … but doesn’t everyone?

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