My blog was the original incarnation of this site, and will continue to be my primary outlet for research findings and random musings. Tumblr, while wonderful for blogging, is not suitable for storing reference materials as follow.
I anticipate the history page will become one of the most fruitful, and correspondingly cluttered parts of this site. Here I will discuss the histories of important American musical forms, recording technologies, record labels, and eventually, hopefully, some selected artists.
The resources page is a web-bibliography of resources I'm interested in that you might also be interested in. Categories include podcasts, record labels and collectors' resources.
The library page is much like the 'links' page, but refers to resources that aren't (yet) available online. Here's where I'll list discographies, books and journals, and recommended reissues on LP or CD. Links go to OCLC's WorldCat page, which will allow you to find them in your local library.
This page will interest archivists and collectors who intend to preserve their collections via digital reformatting. This includes suggestions about equipment and signal path, and record storage and cleaning.
This page may be treated as the 'flip side' of the Technical page, covering stewardship of digital surrogates. This includes best practices for creating, storing and distributing digital files, and respective copyright laws.