I'm sure by now you have specific opinions/ideas on not just libraries, but also about taxonomy development and metadata standards which would be of great value to others not formally trained on principles and real life applications of expertise on a huge, broad scale, particularily on user behaviour.
So the Catheads blog allows you to do some rebranding and launching more broader blog in this direction, if desired.
Then it frees you up for third blog completely on topic selection, writing style and photo selection. (I really recommend this as well as for the cataloguing blogs since cataloguing is not merely a technical exercise, but an intellectual one on how people ascribe meanings to words in order to organize information better --from their own world perspective.)
The lst blog third wave cycling does have a general business focus and hence, needs to stay on subject. It is written for a more narrow audience. This blog does not promote my personal blog in a direct way at all.
My personal blog, cyclewrite, gives me greater freedom to write on subject matters that include both cycling and other topics.
If I wish to express my opinion on cycling infrastructure development from the standpoint of knowledge transfer and knowledge management in this field, I would be expressing it in third wave. This audience includes people whose job portfolio includes cycling. The photos are specifically chosen to be pertaining the subject, not because they show pretty scenery. I actually had a debate with the firm's prez about this because I feel occasionally an arresting sideline hold a reader's interest. But no..
Such a topic would not be covered in cycle write blog which my audience includes friends, family and cycling enthusiasts.
However I have been amazed on which posts/topics have been most popular in third wave blog.