Law Librarian Blog’s first post was published in January 2005. This post will be LLB’s last. Goodbye world.
I’ve been meaning to do this for some time now. I want to let regular readers know that the Blog will be going dormant around the end of May/beginning of June. It’s been wonderful to write regularly these many years and I really appreciate the wonderful response I’ve received from readers. I’ve alluded to health issues recently. I don’t want to go into any detail here but I don’t have the stamina these days to continue writing on a continuing basis.
I expect to conclude with a few thought pieces on law schools, librarianship, technology, and significant decisions from the Supreme Court. I also expect to sneak in a few book reviews and other stuff that pours into my inbox. I want to thank everyone for their time and interest in what has been the Law Librarian Blog. – Mark
I wrote in LLB’s “Hello World” post … oh, my bad, soon after Mark and I left the Law Professors Blog Network, Blog Emperor Caron deleted all of LLB’s posts, a first for a network blog. So I can’t quote from or link to this blog’s first post. So it goes.
Happy 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, … running out of fingers to count and type at the same time, anniversary to our loyal readers. All the best to you and your loved ones for the new year. — Joe
Welcome to Law Librarians (thinking out loud in the Blogosphere) or LLB for short. If that sounds familiar it’s because Mark Giangrande and I have moved our blogging activities from old LLB to here. We will be writing on the same topics we did since old LLB was launched in 2005. Nothing has changed except the URL.
To all our friends who emailed us after noticing that we hadn’t been publishing, the answer to your question — “is everything OK?” — is yes. Thanks for your concern. We’re alive and kicking. Hope you stop by to read our posts here. LLB’s syndication widgets are located in the right sidebar.