Here's a list of the reasonably active Science & Technology library blogs I know about. I've not included medical library blogs in this post because it's not a field I'm all that knowledgeable about. That list would make a great post in it's own right, but it's not this one.
My definition of "scitech librarian blog" is pretty loose (even on the librarian part of it), but in this case I think casting a fairly wide net is probably the best plan of action.
In no particular order:
- Science Intelligence and InfoPros by Herve Basset
- Christina's LIS Rant by Christina Pikas
- Book of Trogool by Elizabeth Brown, Dorothea Salo and Sarah Shreeves
- Undergraduate Science Librarian by Bonnie Swoger
- Nuthing but Net by Joe Kraus
- The Science Library by Joe Kraus
- Carolyne's pages of interest by Carolyne Sidey
- Trading Knowledge by Frank Norman
- Information/Science by Andrew Colgoni
- CogSci Librarian by Stephanie Willen Brown
- Pharmacy Librarian by KT Vaughn
- e3 Information Overload and Are you 2.0 yet? by Brian C. Gray
- The Patent Librarian's Notebook by Michael White
- Social Disruption by Elizabeth Brown
- Confessions of a Science Librarian by John Dupuis
I know I said I wouldn't link to any library blogs, but here's a couple that feel more personal. Feel free to let me know about other blogs with a similar feel.
- Science Librarian at Penn State by John Meier
- World of Engineering by Ed Eckel
- Science Resources by Michael Knee
Here's a couple of dormant long time bloggers who've shown Some recent signs of activity:
Read, enjoy, explore! There's lots of great stuff in those lists.
Now this is likely nowhere near complete -- I've almost certainly forgotten someone blindingly obvious. So, who have I forgotten? Who don't I know about yet?
(And no, I'm not doing this as part of some sort of grandiose plan to create a scitech librarian blogging community. Although...just kidding.)
Update 2011.01.27. Added Social Disruption by Elizabeth Brown.
You may want to include by blog, Science Resources, in your list. It's available at http://liblogs.albany.edu/science_resources/.
thank you for this list, I really need it!
Thanks, Ana. Mike, I've added your blog.
Thanks for mentioning my blog. I've been a little lax about it lately, with research projects and other writing taking up more of my time. But I'll try to keep on it. Thanks again, John.