Conan the Librarian
Conan inhabits the mythical Information Age, where he is a typical reference librarian. His world nevertheless bears some strange similarities to our own. From the Minnesota Association of Law Libraries.
An infinite collection of books–obscure, lost, or not yet written–that belong in the spaces between the books on a library shelf. Frequently asked questions, history of the collection, and how to participate.
Commentary on libraries and librarians including why one should fall to his knees and worship librarians.
Library Books 4U
Stories and quotes about libraries.
An annotated bibliography of cartoons dealing with aspects of librarianship.
Humorous stories and cartoons about libraries, librarians, and related topics.
IFLA collection of library humour. Includes such categories as Library Laws (with apologies to Murphy), Lightbulb Jokes, and Perfect Excuses.
Research into the information literacy skills of Peeps. Includes detailed documentation and pictures on this special population of Easter candy.
The Driving Insane
This blog provides a glimpse into the alternate, semi-psychotic universe of the local public library (with some forays into the outside world.)
The Laughing Librarian
Huge collection of links, Zen koans, bookmarks and signs, sig file quotes.
The Lighter Side of Librarianship
Links to a variety of entertaining library- or book-related resources, including the Book Game, Wordplay, library records, and others.
Tom the Dancing Bug
Ruben Bolling's Tom the Dancing Bug considers the possibilities of the public library. From Salon.com.
Daily comic strip set in a public library.