Unexpectedly Intriguing!
June 9, 2007

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this Saturday, June 9, 2007 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, the blogosphere's only review of the best posts from the week's best major business and money-related blog carnivals!

Every week, we scan through hundreds of blog posts contributed to dozens of money and business-related blog carnivals, seeking out the very best posts in each carnival. The best post we find wins the title of being The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM) Post that rank very highly are awarded the title of being Absolutely essential reading!(TM)

In an unusual development, two of the best posts we encountered had little to do money or business. Instead, they dealt with writing, and we recommend them highly:

Both posts are Absolutely essential reading!, and if you're a blogger, they should be required reading!

For more examples of good writing and the communication of great ideas (as related to business and money matters), and more, the best posts of the week that was await you below....

On the Moneyed Midways for June 9, 2007
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Carnival of Fraud Better Late Than Never… I Guess Badger Blogger What does it take for an MSM outlet to go against a member of its favored political party and call for their resignation? Absolutely essential reading for the long list of nastiness perpetrated by a Milwaukee alderman.
Carnival of Real Estate What Is a Short Sale? John Barker's Mortgage Blog John Barker looks at the recent increase in foreclosure activity and explains how troubled borrowers might be able to avoid the costs and hit to their personal credit from foreclosure proceedings through the short sale of their property.
Carnival of Shopping The Price of Progress Phil for Humanity The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere! Phil looks beyond the falling prices of high technology items to see what the people and companies behind them have to do to stay successful as well as what that means for the future consumer!
Carnival of Small Business Creating a Stable Email Address - No Matter What Google Does HomeBusinessWiz Barbara Sundquist offers advice to small businesses owners on how to work around being dependent upon your e-mail services domain name. After all, if you have just a Gmail account for your business, what would you do if Google went under?
Carnival of Taxes Two-Income Trap: Why Many Couples Shouldn't Both Be Working for the Money Personal Finance Advice Does having two incomes in your household make sense? Teri Newton discusses how taxes can impact your bottom line in answering the question.
Carnival of the Capitalists Obsession with the Competition Is a Luxury of the Over-Funded Escape from Cubicle Nation Pamela Slim demonstrates how focusing upon the competition can be the wrong focus for you if you're seeking to build your business in a competitive market.
Cavalcade of Risk All About Me, Part Deux Insureblog Bob Vineyard comments on the combination of man infected with tuberculosis who put satisfying his desires ahead of the well-being of those around him and his exploitation of the inadequate response provided by public officials that ensured that dozens, if not hundreds, of people would be put at risk of infection.
Cavalcade of Risk Risk Allocation in a Wealth Portfolio My Wealth Builder The Super Saver neatly outlines Ashvin Chhabra's suggested method for diversifying investments according to their category of risk.
Personal Development Carnival Immunity from Gas Prices: One Girl's Ultimate Guide Christine Kane's Blog Lots of people offer tips for how to save gas, but to our knowledge, only Christine Kane has offered tips for how to mentally approach and deal with higher gas prices!
Personal Finance and Investment Round-Up Stock Buybacks: Who Benefits the Most? Dividend Money Tyler McKinna reveals how share buybacks can benefit investors and also how they can benefit a company's management in a well-balanced analysis.
Real Estate Investing 4 Lies that the Gurus Will Tell You Lording the Land John T. Reed takes apart four of the big claims made by investing "gurus" who swear you can make money if only you follow their teachings (and pay for them!) Absolutely essential reading!

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