Library blogs are not dead (yet)
The author studied more than 600 “liblogs”, what some call the biblioblogosphere.
There were a number of interesting partial trends. In 2009, the silly claim that “blogging is dead” seemed to have increased — and it was hard not to notice that the 500 blogs in his Bloglines account weren’t requiring as much time to scan as they had a year before.
The bottom line: Library people seem to be starting fewer new blogs and walking away more often; people are posting fewer posts — but still they blog
Crawford, Walt. But still they blog. Online, Vol.34, N°2, March/April 2010. pp. 58-61