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  1. thanks for the write-up. To me, the reason to have a journal (rather than just a blog or what have you) is less about the “appearances” (some people don’t respect blogs), and more about saving the time of the reader and information overload—you don’t have time to read every library blog, we provide a single source of articles that editors have decided are useful and timely, and that editors and authors have spent time on polishing to make them as useful as possible.


  2. thanks for the write-up. To me, the reason to have a journal (rather than just a blog or what have you) is less about the “appearances” (some people don’t respect blogs), and more about saving the time of the reader and information overload—you don’t have time to read every library blog, we provide a single source of articles that editors have decided are useful and timely, and that editors and authors have spent time on polishing to make them as useful as possible.

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