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Alaska State Library’s new blog

I just found out that the Alaska State Library has a new blog called “Since you asked: questions and answers from the Alaska State Library.” Way to go Daniel!!

There are a couple of library sites that I know of that are blogging their questions and answers. There’s Radical Reference and Stanford Library’s Information Center. Anyone else doing that? I had a brainstorm (or maybe a squall ๐Ÿ™‚ ) that if there are lots of libraries publishing their questions and answers, we could build a Google custom search engine of all the library Q&A sites. It’d be the best Q&A site on the ‘net (no offense Jessamyn @ ask.mefi ๐Ÿ™‚ )!

Leave me a comment if your library is currently doing that or you know of a library doing that.

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