Since only a handful of entries were used, in addition to host picks, which are always welcome, I’m taking the opportunity to make this an edition of “You Decide.” At the end of this post, I’ve linked by title every non-spam entry, ordered by first unread to last unread submission, then first read to last read submission, including ones that also appeared in the actual CotC edition. There are some that are second entries from the same blog, which would normally have been excluded. Not sure what’s up with that, whether it’s not knowing the rules, forgetting, or hoping to be granted an exception by the current host. I haven’t read most of these; just compiled the links. This would be a good time to have used an intriguing title.
Next week’s host is scheduled to be a brand spanking new blog at PartnerUp, which is waiting to jump the DNS propagation hurdle as I type this. Normally we prefer a blog to be more established first, but these guys come highly recommended.
I have a couple possible hosts for subsequent weeks, but will be needing more.
I’ve created a LinkedIn group for Carnival of the Capitalists hosts and started inviting people who have hosted before, as best I can determine e-mail addresses. If you have been a host, even if you no longer blog, and don’t want to miss it, feel free to e-mail me: jay at this domain.
As I have mentioned before, Deb is selling some cool stuff in her Neatly Tangled Shop, so be sure to check it out. She does custom work, if you don’t see exactly what you want there. Her sales volume to date speaks for itself. The coasters have done especially well, but then they are fantastic, so duh.
Here are all the entries received that weren’t spam or banished for being spam/plagiarist types, but including multiple submissions from single blogs. Feel free to compare these and see what you would have included or not.
6 Steps to Effective Crowdsourcing
Online Innovation Tools
Is a Wine’s Score by Leading Critics Fully Impounded in its Price?
CEO’s Secret Weapon: little-known tactics that fuel visionary thinking (Part 1)
How To Become An Efficient Procrastinator
A vision of Canary Wharf
The Advantages and Disadvantages of Parody Websites | MarketingDeviant.com
I Think Dave Ramsey is a Hypocrite
Recession proof your business
Cognitive Bias and Recursive Self Doubt
Leadership Development: the way we do things now
Is the Residential Construction Bubble a Myth?
How I Built A Six Figure Internet Income
Financial Jargon From A to Z
Fortress Manhattan: No Real Estate “Crisis” There
Travels with Email
How Your Business Can Make Money From Nothing
All the Business Acronyms You Need to Know
Oh My Gosh, I Think I’m a Geek!
The Golden Calf?
Stock Buy List Update - 10/15/07
Determining A Support Level in Southern California Real Estate - Mortgage Rates Report
Feeding the Free Factors
Bank Loans Basics, a Brief introduction to all loan types and how they can help your business
The Stock Market Crash of 1987
Factoring, another way to get money for your business when banks say no
Ivy League universities now offer online degrees and certificates
And So It Goes…
The Function Of A Financial Sector | The Agonist
Banks Try to Revive Their Credit Machine | The Agonist
Interview with futurologist Ray Hammond
The Primerica Paradox: The Conclusion Part 2
The Perfect Incentive
Look how men’s and women’s magazines write about money
Deteriorating lending standards
The Anatomy of Crazy Bosses
Software Programming and the Economics of Trust vs. Transactions
If The Stock Market Sell Off Makes You Nervous, Keep Things In Perspective