- #cotc Carnival of the Capitalists for 3/30/09: http://bizosphere.com/?p=164 #
- Things to avoid in business plan: http://www.webatsimon.com/2009/03/things-to-avoid-when-preparing-a-business-plan.html #
- Warren’s First Ever Investment Advice: http://www.coyoteblog.com/coyote_blog/2009/03/my-first-ever-investment-advice.html #
- Are you shovel ready? http://www.timpeter.com/blog/2009/04/01/are-you-shovel-ready-5-tips-for-increasing-your-online-business-right-now/ #
- Tipping Point, where GDP=Debt: http://www.qando.net/?p=1847 #
- A Dangerous Trend? http://super-gas-saver.com/Save-Gas-Blog/2009/03/obama-forces-out-waggoner-at-gm-a-dangerous-trend-in-american-business/ #
- Comparing StockTwits vs Twiticker: http://bankling.com/2009/day-trader-tweets-stocktwits-vs-twiticker/ #
- Stupidity: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/01/business/economy/01leonhardt.html?_r=2&scp=2&sq=David%20Leonhardt&st=Search #
- Surprised, knowing volume is fine locally: http://memphis.bizjournals.com/memphis/stories/2009/03/30/daily52.html #
- Review of “The Expert’s Edge: Become the Go-to Authority People Turn to Every Time” by Ken Lizotte http://bit.ly/4d7cK0 #
- Mark to Market, but what of Intangibles? http://bit.ly/3TIgk0 #
- Great entry! The Planning Fairy: http://blog.threestarleadership.com/2009/03/30/the-planning-fairy.aspx #
- Most individual investors are poor portfolio managers: http://bit.ly/bHXmn #
- Four banks give back TARP http://banksavingsreview.com/four-banks-give-back-tarp-already/ #
- New SBA chief says the right thing: http://smallbiztrends.com/2009/04/new-chief-of-the-sba-says-the-right-thing.html #
- Feel like I missed stuff, but late, kids, need to call it a week and maybe get more next time. #
- Stay tuned for next week’s edition at http://bizosphere.com/, or read/follow http://twitter.com/CotC to catch them as they are tweeted. #
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I’ve updated my resume (subject to ongoing change) and am still looking for work, more so now as my personal circumstances have changed. While I would prefer to remain within commuting distance of Middleboro, Massachusetts, I am slightly more open to sufficiently lucrative and interesting possibilities out of my area, as well as remaining open to some degree of working from home.
The resume doesn’t reflect Carnival of the Capitalists or blogging to speak of, but if you are seeing this, you have awareness of and might not be put off by that, or by the associated skills and experience being another path I could be presuaded along.