Mostly harmless: End-of-year meme

This meme’s a little silly but entirely harmless–the first sentence of the first post of each month in 2009.

January: 14 shopping days for early birds.

February: This isn’t a proper post-conference summary.

March: What’s new and improved at the PALINET Leadership Network (PLN)?

April: [Seems to be missing at the moment…but it would have been a 4th-anniversary post.]

May: Million Dollar Kid, 1944, b&w.

June: What’s new at the Library Leadership Network?

July: I was reading the July 2009 Consumer Reports (as usual, I’m about a month behind on magazines) and reached a set of ratings for chain restaurants.

August: This one’s a little different.

September: What’s new at the Library Leadership Network (LLN)?

October: Warning: This is another in what’s likely to be a very long set of posts, over several months, related to the project I’m currently calling But Still They Post: The Liblog Landscape 2007-2009.

November: Another post of no known significance…

December: What do ResearchBuzz, The Handheld Librarian,, The Rabid Librarian’s Ravings in the Wind and wiredfu have in common?

This lineup once again confirms the validity of the third word in the name of this here blog…

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