Librarians, historians, and researchers may really enjoy reading Bitstreams, the blog of the Duke University Libraries' Special Collections. Bitstreams posts are typically done by library staff with occasional posts done by Molly Bragg, Head of Digital Collections and Curation Services. Blog posts may include new acquisitions in collections at the library, special projects, or new features available within the library system. A recent post by Bragg includes highlights from new collections debuted in spring 2019, such as the Hayti-Elizabeth Street renewal era, which "document[s] Durham's Hayti-Elizabeth Street neighborhood infrastructure prior to the construction of the Durham Freeway, as well as the justifications for the redevelopment of the area." Another post, by Karen Newbery, details the libraries' new integrated library system named FOLIO (Future of Libraries is Open) and some of the many features that will help the libraries run more smoothly. Interested readers can check back frequently for updates or subscribe via RSS feed and email updates, which is an option available in the top left-hand corner of the blog.