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04 January 2008

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, January 4, 2008 special edition of On the Moneyed Midways, the blogosphere's only running review of the best posts that we can find in the week's best business and money-related blog carnivals!

What makes this edition special is that it's the first half of a two part edition of OMM in which we're recapping the best posts we found in the blog carnivals of 2007, as well as naming the best bloggers we found through those carnivals as well! In this post, along with revisiting the top eight posts we encountered last year, we'll also declaring one to be The Best Post of the Year, Anywhere!(TM)

It's a great edition - literally every post is Absolutely essential reading!(TM) The very best of the year that was awaits you below....

On the Moneyed Midways for January 4, 2008
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Carnival of Entrepreneurs Personal Training?... That Will Never Work! Renovate Your Life with Craig Craig Harper on how he made his "other" business a success. Great, common sense, "just do it," advice for budding entrepreneurs!
Carnival of Fraud Invasion of the Pos People, Round 2 Wisdom from Wenchypoo's Metal Wastebasket Wenchypoo doesn't rant that often, but when she does, she skewers the target of her ire better than some of the most popular pundits. Her well deserving target here? Environmental alarmists!
Carnival of Real Estate Real Estate Licensing Laws Are a Criminal Conspiracy Against the Consumer Created By and For the Benefit of a Cartel BloodhoundBlog Gregg Swann examines the world of real estate he knows best and explains much of how the world works in the process. A sheer tour-de-force!
Carnival of Small Business Issues Be a Good Manager by Letting People Learn and Grow INTJ Personal Development The last thing a lot of people think about is what it takes to be a good manager. And that includes a lot of managers. Warren Wong lays out a path for how to become one.
Carnival of the Capitalists Put Your Trust in Systtems, Not in Genius Three Star Leadership Wally Bock spans centuries of real life lessons and management theory in establishing how to truly build a successful organization.
Carnival of the Capitalists The CEO vs. the Bankers: Death by Transactions Trusted Advisor Charles H. Green pits an experienced CEO against the best and brightest of the new crop of powerhouses making waves and deals on Wall Street.
Carnival of Trust Greater Transparency is the Key to Building Greater Trust The Measurement Standard Katie Delahaye Paine presents the results and practical recommendations from new research into how to build trust between people, in business and in politics. The Best Post of the Year, Anywhere!
Festival of Frugality Save 95% on Groceries, a.k.a. Why You Should Shop at Ethnic Markets Cheap Healthy Good Kris shows how expanding your culinary horizons can also expand your wallet in exploring those little ethnic markets tucked away near you.

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