What Non-Librarian Blogs Should We Be Reading?

The Aye's have it. We shall build a new list: The 10 Non-Librarian Blogs Librarians Should Read In 2008.

It's never a bad idea to take a step away from the library world and see what else is out there. No doubt we could learn a thing or two from other professions. That's what this list is all about.

Is there a blog we should be reading that's NOT written by a librarian or FOR librarians? How will that blog help us do our jobs as librarians better? What things do we need to know about? What's the most interesting, useful or entertaining site you follow outside of the LIS World?

You don't need to send me a complete list of 10, just one or two of your favorites will be just fine. Let me know why you think other librarians should be reading your favorites. I'll post the final list in a week or two.

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How about INFO/LAW

My suggestion: INFO/LAW by young law profs William McGeveran (Minnesota), Derek Bambauer (Wayne State) and Tim Armstrong (Cincinnat), all former Berkman Center for Internet and Society fellows. [About Page], once as the blog librarians aren't but should be reading.

non-library blogs

You are absolutely right broaden your mind with ideas from other professions. You can learn a lot when you reach out to people from other professions.

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