In writing that paper, I am footnoting some good, round-up discussions of the blogs and blogging in our area, and I am keen to get some links in to a range of good discussions, and not just repeating my own boring stuff. What I am thinking of are those posts that reflect critically on the successes and failures of the biblioblogging phenomenon over the last decade or so. My footnote currently reads (and please excuse the ugly formatting because it's pasted from a horrible old MS Word document):
For reflections on the history and development of blogs in this area, see especially James R. Davila, “Assimilated to the Blogosphere: Blogging Ancient Judaism,” SBL Forum , April 2005, http://sbl-site.org/Article.aspx?ArticleID=390; “Enter the Bibliobloggers,” University of St Andrews School of Divinity Website, November 2005, http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/divinity/rt/otp/abstracts/enterthebibliobloggers/, and “What Just Happened: The rise of ‘biblioblogging’ in the first decade of the twenty-first century”, 2010 Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature in Atlanta, http://paleojudaica.blogspot.co.uk/2010_11_14_archive.html#1715486029034288246. See also Mark Goodacre, “Pods, blogs and other time-wasters,” NT Blog, 17 November 2011, http://ntweblog.blogspot.com/2011/11/pods-blogs-and-other-time-wasters.html.In other words, at this point, it's just Jim and me. What other nice round-up reflective posts on the biblioblogging phenomenon should I add? Thanks for your help. This is a great example of the communal internet and the joys of horizontal blogging!