The liblog landscape 2008

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The Aardvark Speaks still appears in Walt Crawford's annual study of librarian weblogs, or liblogs, although, due to my wildly irregular posting frequency, in a somewhat infavourable position (5 posts, down 44% from the previous year).

Unfortunately, Crawford collects his data from blog entries published from March through May, which happens to be the time when I was particularly inactive last year (for some reason August, the month when most of my readers are on holidays, was my most active month during the last few years).

At least, thanks to faithful commenters, I have one of the most densely commented liblogs in the study. So thanks to everyone who keeps writing.

Anyway, I admit openly that I am only writing this post so that I'm still included in Crawford's 2009 study, as this blog is currently still dormant due to my writing project Mr Singh Has Disappeared, which is currently occupying this web space, but doesn't count as sufficiently libloggy and will also be removed soon after the novel's print version is available.

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"At least, thanks to faithful commenters, I have one of the most densely commented liblogs in the study. So thanks to everyone who keeps writing."

You're welcome. It's nice to know that our comments have done you some good. And I don't think I have seen this entry before.

News to me, as I hadn't seen it before. But, quite simply, I came upon this by accident while looking for something else.

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