Here's a site with some potential -
I was surpised to read their definition of a blended librarian, because here at the U of Calgary we've started using "blended learning" to describe a situation where on campus (traditional) students also make use of a CMS like BlackBoard to satisfy some of their "face time". The idea with that is that they would meet f2f say two times per week instead of three, but would be required to spend an equivalent amount of time in the online environment to make it a three-day per week course.
But I digress. The Blended Librarian seems to be somewhat along the lines of an editorial I wrote for the Spring 2003 ACRL DLS Newsletter called "What's in a Name?" I are one, and you probably are too! ;-)
Not sure about the LearningTimes Network tie-in, but I guess I'll register.
Noticed in the Online Learning Update.
UPDATE 4/19/05: Was just going back to grab a URL from this post and noticed the Blendedlibrarian.org site no longer exists, so I changed that link to the Internet Archive cache. The Blended Librarian site now lives exclusively on the LearningTimes Network (registration required).