Louisville Free Public Library, Kentucky, suffered a flash flood; a librarian there has been posting updates and photos via Twitter. There's an interview with the library director plus photos and the Library Society of the World (a grassroots organisation based on social networking, the absence of policies, and a stringent Cod of Ethics) is fundraising US$5000 to help out - latest I heard today they'd reached $2700.
Web and search
Curtin Library have created an optimised website for mobile phones.
You can now search for Creative Commons material across various sites in a single place, to find free photos, music, and videos.
If you've got an image on your computer and you're not sure where it's from (or if you've uploaded an image and want to see if anyone else has stolen it), Tineye may be able to find it. Like any search engine it only indexes a portion of the web but it's indexing more all the time.
Some libraries are discussing ways to use LibGuides material in other parts of their library websites.
A new edition of the Internet Resources Newsletter is out, as usual listing a whole lot of new websites in a broad variety of subject areas - many could be useful for subject guides.
Food for thought
A bunch of librarians have been writing A Day in the Life of a Librarian blog posts - interesting to see what goes on in different libraries and different positions.
Seth Godin charts media according to bandwidth/value of information vs synchronicity/speed of communication - an interesting way of thinking about the way we communicate with our users.