Over the past few months there has been an explosion of information in conferences, on the web, and in library journals and newsletters about weblogs (blogs) and RSS feeds. B/ite discussed RSS feeds and blogs in the November/December issue (pp. 3-12). In brief, blogs are reverse chronologically arranged collections of articles or stories that are generally updated more frequently than regular web pages. Just like any other information on the net, there is no guarantee of authority, accuracy, or lack of bias. In fact, personal blogs are frequently biased and can be good sources of opinion and information from the “man on the street.” Because blogs can be updated on the fly, they frequently have unfiltered information faster from war zones and sites of natural disasters than the mainstream media outlets. Blogs are also good sources of unfiltered information on either faulty or very useful products.