Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Carnival Knowledge

One clever response to the incredible burgeoning of the blogosphere has been the invention of the "blog carnival," a kind of on-line magazine offering an edited collection of excellent blog posts representing a particular theme or point of view. A blog carnival provides an easy way to catch up on fine writing from cyberspace without having to wade through acres of less-worthy offerings. (You can read more about the entire blog carnival concept here.) There are dozens of blog carnivals, with titles ranging from the obvious (Carnival of Computing, Carnival of Health and Fitness, Carnival of Knitting) to the arcane (Carnival of Empty Cages, Carnival of Socks, End of Month Egg on Toast Extravaganza).

World Wide Webers is now an official supporter of our favorite blog carnival, appropriately known as Carnival of the Liberals. (You can learn more about COTL by clicking on the badge at the bottom of the left-hand column.) The next bi-weekly COTL will be hosted at Doctor Biobrain, which has just issued a call for submissions. And on October 11th, we'll be hosting COTL right here on World Wide Webers. Watch this space for more details as we claim our rightful place in the not-so-vast left-wing conspiracy . . .

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