Five Weeks to a Social Library
Some of the library world's pioneers in "Library 2.0" offer understandable explanations of blogs, RSS, social bookmarking, wikis, and other tools, and offer assignments to give you hands-on experience.
Library Law Blog
The site, maintained by Mary Minow, an attorney and a Cupertino, CA, library commissioner, contains a wealth of information on legal issues and laws relating to libraries of all types. It is especially strong on laws relating to copyright and disabilities.
This site promotes the appreciation, enjoyment, and preservation of library history. It features illustrated commentary and links to related sites in the areas of "librariana" (about collecting library artifacts and memorabilia, with a list of collectible items), library history (such as Carnegie libraries and membership libraries), and postal librariana. The site is maintained by retired librarian Larry T. Nix.
Library + Online
From ReSources.com this site contains an eclectic array of links to libraries, codes, catalogs, book stores, online services and more.
Observe the good, the bad, and the ugly of signs found in libraries, with viewer comments.