Friday, August 26, 2005

Blogging books: a bibliography to get you started

What sort of library conference presentation would this be if we didn't leave you with a bibliography?

Here are some books to get you started on the road to blogging. Enjoy the reads, and the ride!

Bausch, Paul. We blog: publishing online with weblogs. Wiley, 2002.

Blood, Rebecca. The weblog handbook: practical advice on creating and maintaining your blog. Perseus Books, 2002.

Clyde, Laurel A. Weblogs and libraries. Chandos Publishing, 2004.

Gillmor, Dan. We the media. O'Reilly, 2004.

Gosney, John W. Blogging for teens. Course Technology, 2004.

Hewitt, Hugh. Blog: understanding the information reformation that's changing your world. Nelson Business, 2005.

McFedries, Paul. Complete idiot's guide to creating a web page and blog. Alpha, 2004.

O'Brien, Barbara, ed. Blogging America: political discourse in a digital nation. William James & Co., 2004.

Powers, Shelley et al. Essential blogging. O'Reilly, 2002.

Stone, Biz. Who let the blogs out? A hyperconnected peek at the world of weblogs. St. Martin's Griffin, 2004.

We've got blog: how weblogs are changing our culture. By the editors of Perseus Publishing. 2002.


Also enthusiastically recommended is librarian Susan Herzog's
BlogBib, a blog-based bibliography on all manner of blog information. It contains links to articles, books, studies and presentations on blogging, and highlights library blogs and some of the blogging software available.

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