In the past few weeks, Scienceblogs has quietly debuted two fantastic new bloggers and a new channel (off the main page) related to information and library science, including open access and open science; digital and print publishing; information property and ownership, and more.
Christina Pikas is a science and engineering librarian and a doctoral student, and she blogs at Christina's LIS Rant. Lately she's been doing a fantastic job of blogging and tweeting the Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting.
John Dupuis is the head science librarian at York University. He blogs at Confessions of a Science Librarian, and he's been blogging about the future of libraries, among many other fascinating things.
Take a moment, stop by their blogs, and I guarantee you'll be sold on the power of library and information science. What a great addition to the Sb family!
Thank you for the warm welcome! I'm so happy to be here :)