Carnival of the Vanities #246: The Blog/Life Balance Edition
Greetings from Carnival of the Vanities. This week’s edition marks the 246th issue of the longest running carnival on the web. What a long, strange trip it’s been.
Somebody should make that into a song.
Anyway, this week’s carny is going to be quick and dirty. As always, I have little enough time to devote to blogging. What with work and life, blogging tends to be a fairly low priority on the totem pole. It’s not that I don’t want to write or blog, I just find myself wanting to do so many other things.
This past weekend, for example, was dinner out with That Girl on Friday night, white-water rafting on the Ocoee, line dancing (well, standing in a line anyway) at some place called Wild Bill’s with several folks, church and a cookout by the pool with my church group on Sunday night. Monday night was exercise night and last night was dinner and a movie night, again with That Girl. Tonight is Red Soxs versus Braves at Turner Field and I have no idea what’s going on tomorrow night. Something, I’m sure. Probably not blogging.
But maybe. We’ll see.
On to the carnival.
John Wesley breaks Einstein’s rule and reveals The Secret to Creativity.
Madeleine Begun Kane gains Victory In Her Battle Against Feed Scraping Content Thief 4Comedy.com. Apparently she forced the site into one of those parked domain template modes. Good on ya’, Mad.
DWSUWF gives us GWB determined to honor campaign promise and unite the country. W surely is taking a unique approach to uniting the country. Glad to see so many people coming over to my long-held view about W.
Jack Yoest honors his father and a fallen sailor in USS Bonefish Lost: A Remembrance 18 June.
Adam examines economic principles of price setting in The Right Price
Mama Duck presents Food ideas for a Luau Party
Leon Gettler presents Seven questions for creating an ethical culture
Silicon Valley Blogger presents 8 Different Ways To Diversify And Manage Risk
CA presents Business life lesson – Business is a team sport
The Skilled Investor presents 18 Low Cost S&P 500 Index Mutual Funds
That’s all for this week. Come back next week for the 247th edition of Carnival of the Vanities. We’re getting old and long in the tooth around here. If you’d like to be part of the next Carnival, take the time to write something people might want to read and submit it to Blog Carnival.
Until then, I’ll be doing something else.