Cites & Insights 12:1 (January-February 2012) available
I won't say Cites & Insights is really back from hiatus, but for now let's say "irregularly published."
Cites & Insights Volume 12, Issue 1 (January-February 2012) is now available for downloading at http://citesandinsights.info/civ12i1.pdf
The 20-page issue, PDF as usual, contains three sections, each separately available in HTML form (the subheadings are links):
Bibs & Blather pp. 1-7
Announcing The Librarian's Guide to Micropublishing and why (almost) every public library and (many) academic libraries need it--and some notes on the virtues of professional editing. Also announcing the availability of Cites & Insights 11 (2011) in book form and offering some numbers for Cites & Insights readership in 2011, some not-very-meaningful notes about most-read posts in Walt at Random (which increasingly seems to be "read" mostly by spiders and spammers), and repeating my Prospectus: An Ongoing Public Library Social Network Scan.
Why I don't plan to write much about academic libraries in future Cites & Insights issues and some of my beliefs about academic libraries. Also some notes on "Academic Libraries in Facebook: An Analysis of Users' Comments," an article I had lots of trouble with, after finding that the only discussion of that article I could find was by a certain pseudonymous blogger (who increasingly appears to be named Spencer, unless that's the snarky-comment-responder lackey).
I did pay attention to the handful of people who expressed sadness about the hiatus and possible termination of this ejournal--and the parts they liked. So if you were hoping that Offtopic Perspectives and My Back Pages would go away, well, guess again. Not quite the first half of a 50-pack of all-color, mostly recent, movies, all with fairly big stars: A combination of TV movies, movies with no real US distribution, and other oddities. (Not quite the first half because it's discs 1-6 of a 13-disc set.)