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March 28, 2005

This week's Carnival of the Capitalists has been broken into two parts by host Russell Buckley of The Mobile Technology weblog. It looks like my contribution will in Part 2, but in the meantime, here is the best of the first batch:

  • GoodBasic takes a look at the corporatization of blogs, and notes several suitblogs. (Not to be confused with shoeblogs!)
  • The Window Manager takes a long, steamy gawk at how various organizations within a corporation's internal bureaucracy can get in the way of succeeding at business, and argues that being willing to break the rules is key to being successful.
  • Black market egg smugglers need to take note of the Coyote Blog this week, who outlines just what it takes to get a license to sell eggs, legally, in Kentucky.

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