Unexpectedly Intriguing!
May 19, 2006

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Two brand-spanking-new Carnivals join this week's edition of Political Calculations' On the Moneyed Midways (OMM for short!) As luck would have it, both new carnivals focus on careers, suggesting that Rob May's observation that the proliferation of "second-movers" will lead to fewer and fewer readers for each individual carnival, as the market fractures into smaller and smaller pieces, is dead-on.

Then again, that kind of proliferation is why OMM is slowly gaining readers, since someone needs to sort the wheat from the chaff. That, and where else can you easily keep track of everything going on in the sphere of money-related blog carnivals?

But enough justifying OMM's existence - you're here to catch up with the best business, investing, debt-reduction, frugal-living, personal finance and now career-related posts from the week's money-related blog carnivals! Here they are in all their glory, including The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM)

Update: All links now working!

On the Moneyed Midways: May 19, 2006
Carnival Contributor Post Comment
Carnival of Business Is SOX draggin down the US economy? Professor Bainbridge Professor Stephen Bainbridge finds evidence that the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) legislation went too far in regulating publicly traded U.S. companies, putting them at a real disadvantage in the global marketplace.
Carnival of Career Intensity How to Change Your Career with a Blog Career Change and Executive Coaching Margaret Stead provides interesting advice on what blogging might provide for those seeking a change in career.
Carnival of the Capitalists Gresham's Law and Leadership Slow Leadership Carmine Coyote explores how bad management becomes the norm when meeting ""the numbers"" becomes more important than sound business practices. Runner up for being the Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM)
Carnival of Debt Reduction Lessons to Live By? No Credit Needed No Credit Needed provides the lessons they learned in becoming debt free.
Carnival of Entrepreneurship VC Cliché of the Week A VC BusinessPundit's Rob May called this the best post the week for the Entrepreneur's Carnival, and we'll go a step further by calling it the Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM), as it deals with the intricacies of the best ways to get both money or advice (by asking for the other!)
Carnival of Investing Investing with Leverage for Wealth Personal Development Blog Alex Scheel Meyer unlocks the power of leverage (via Physics) for increasing wealth.
Carnival of Marketing Starbucks = Coffee Multiple Mentality Josh Cohen finds that Starbucks is positioning itself to become *the* brand name people associate with coffee (ala Xerox for copies or Kleenex for tissue paper).
Carnival of Personal Finance Americans Are NOT in Bad Shape with Credit, Sort Of Consumerism Commentary We always hear that soaring credit card debt is about to wreck the average U.S. consumer, but Flexo finds data that suggests otherwise.
Festival of Frugality Saving on Groceries MotherLoad: The Mom Advice Blog Amy reveals the secrets of frugal grocery shopping - everything you need to know to cut your food bill!
Festival of Job Hunting What the 4% Salary Increase Means Find a New Job Jose Anes explains exactly what it means if you received a raise equal to or less than 4% in 2005.

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