Some news about The MedLibs Round, the monthly blog carnival of blog posts on subjects pertaining to Medical Information.
A new LOGO.
Perhaps you remember that I was looking for someone who could design a logo for this blog carnival.
And you know what. Robin has offered to do so for free!
Robin is wonderful woman and the author of two great blogs I follow: Survive the Journey (http://survivethejourney.blogspot.com/) and 365 days with Cushing’s Disease (http://cushings365.posterous.com/). The latter blog documents the life of a Cushing’s Disease patient and survivor with pictures.
Of course Robin needs some help. What should the logo look like? Any ideas?
A New Name?
A new spring, a new sound (Herman Gorter’s May). Thus, a new logo, a new name?
The name MedLibs Round suggests it is blog carnival purely meant for medical librarians and that is not the case. Or at least it is not what I had in mind, when starting this round. This blog carnival is about medical information. Sure, medical librarians play an essential role, but I would like an exchange of thought between those who need and those who search the medical information (not mutually exclusive).
And I was also thinking, if we made a more appealing name it might be easier to make a logo (not only consisting of a book).
Most suggestions consist of “Medical Information” (instead of MedLib) and Round, Ring, Circle or Carnival. Similarly, MIR stands for Information Round (or Ring) [& can be depicted as Myrrh] etc.
Not very original, so if you have better ideas, and especially more appealing ones, this is your chance.
In fact it just needs to be clear. Like Gene Genie (http://genegenie.wordpress.com/) was clearly about Genes and Genetic Diseases.
(you need not be a contributor to this round to cast your vote)
Past & upcoming MedLibs Rounds
The last MedLibs Round was hosted by Michelle Kraft at the Krafty Librarian. You can read her compilation here.
But first we will welcome Nikki Dettmar of Eagle Dawg (moved to http://eagledawg.net/) as a host once again. She is eagerly awaiting your submissions.
Officially the deadline is tomorrow night, but we don’t mind you enjoying your Easter Holiday first.
Please don’t forget to submit your post(s) (the URL of the post on your blog) here.
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