I don’t often think of law libraries as having really fancy virtual collections, but the Tarlton Law Library [at UT Austin] has a great set of pages about The Law in Popular Culture.
If you have realaudio and you haven’t already heard it, Chicago Public Radio did a neat little bit on the library in American life featuring Louise Robbins and Matthew Battles. [thanks raizel]
The Internet Public Library was also really helpful. They have a good list of online journals and serials about librarianship.
How far should libraries go to accomodate patrons who are “leaving text behind” Should we be spending 20% of our acquisitions budget on DVDs? Some very interesting numbers at the end of this article. [thanks tammi]