For archivists, record managers, and others interested in keeping abreast of efforts to archive born-digital and digitized materials, the Society of American Archivists Electronic Records Section blog is a must-read. Launched in January 2015, this regularly-updated blog provides information about training opportunities, conferences, publications, and issues of interest in the field of archives and records management. In addition, this blog features reflections on new tools and ongoing conversations in the world of electronic archives and records. For example, in one recent post, published on December 19, 2017, Laurie Allen and Stewart Varner reflect on partnerships between digital scholarship librarians and archives/special collections professionals. In another recent post, the authors of the University of California Guidelines for Born-Digital Archival Description explain how they created their guidelines and how archivists can access these guidelines. This blog is authored by a number of contributors, offering a diversity of voices and perspectives.