Library of Congress blog

The Library of Congress has just celebrated its 207th birthday with its first-ever public blog. The Library of Congress has long been a pioneer and leading provider of online content, with a website that makes 22 million digital items available at the click of a mouse and receives 5 billion hits per year. The LOC’s blogger is Matt Raymond, director of communications. He’s already picked up on the Dilbert pointy-headed boss’s blog, which has been making me smile for the past few days. There is lots of serious stuff there too, I write hastily.

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  1. I had no idea about this website! I wonder why I’ve not come across it before. It must be my sheltered life.

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