Tuesday, September 25, 2007

This "library blog search engine" is a neat way to search "Library 2.0"

[Posted From an e-mail to the listservs by Stewart Baker, USC SLIS student]


I was looking around at some lists of library blogs today, and I found the following nifty search engine/tool.

http://www.liszen.com "Search 700+ Library Blogs"

A brief description is available on the author's wiki: http://libraryzen.com/wiki/index.php?title=LISZEN_Project

A lot of you may already know about this, since it's apparently been around almost a year (I really should learn to read the dates on blog posts when I look at them...), but if not it seems like a neat tool to browse through what other people are saying in the wacky woild of library 2.0.

Of course, this is also a great way for those of us LIS students who have library-related blogs to get our names out there, at least a little bit.

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