I've now added three blogs to my Google Reader, which I've placed prominently on my iGoogle homepage. Although I completely understand the purpose and use for this tool, it may take me a while before I really incorporate it into my day-to-day life. I'm the kind of person who doesn't even subscribe to a newspaper (print or electronic) because I know I'll rarely read any of it. It's not that I don't want to stay current and/or involved; I think it's more that I have been using other methods to do so. I realized as I was mulling over this week's assignment that, to be honest, I've come to rely on Dee Portzer/Questar and my other colleagues to share with me any news/updates/links to things that are truly important. In a way, they're my RSS - but with a really cool weeding feature - and together we all wade through all kinds of information and pass on various valuable nuggets :-) We, by nature, as librarians love to share a good tip or an interesting site.
It's not that I can't think of good uses for RSS in a library setting, but it'll just take me a while to make the shift.