Monday, June 25, 2007

Amazing Carnival Monday

This week, I was pleasantly surprised to see that we were included in both of the top finance-related carnivals:
The "Silicon Valley Blogger" (of The Digerati Life) put together a mind-numbing 91 posts for this week's Carnival of Personal Finance, all held together with a kind of fantasy-mythology theme. Believe it or not, it really does work; maybe a little better than most of us would have believed.
Of course, with that many entries, it's nearly impossible to pick out a favorite, but Kelly Bejelly, blogging at A Girl Worth Saving, tells of a harrowing experience with credit card/identity theft, how she handled it, and some pointers for the rest of us.
The Carnival of The Capitalists is at Management Professor Notes (II), hosted by Prof Sandy Kristin Piderit. The good professor presents 40 interesting posts, categorized and with helpful context.
Having recently written on the importance of customer service, I was drawn to Jason Rakowski's post which illustrated the concept of good vs bad customer service in an entertaining, and quite helpful, way.
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