Will Sherman of Degree Tutor (the same guy who wrote that 33 Reasons Libraries Are Still Important article) interviewed 27 library workers including me. I'm pretty happy with how mine came out--except for some grammar weirdness and missing links.
I was especially glad to see that many people who were asked what the most useful features of libraries today are answered that librarians are.
Will did a pretty good job I thought getting a range of interview subjects, including a couple from South America, so kudos for that. However, the ratio of male to female interviewees is utterly sickening (10 women out of 27 in an 80% female profession).
And why why why aren't we listed alphabetically--or in some other discernible order? I gotta say I'm glad I'm near the top, though. It's really hard to read 27 interviews one after the other. I stopped about a third of the way through, and then just skimmed the interviews of the people I know.