|The World According to Nick|
|My take on Software, Technology, Politics, and anything else I feel like talking about.|
Thursday, August 11, 2005
Editors Note: Because this post is used as an information page for the Carnival, I've substantially rewritten it for clarity and better information. The original text is now gone... very unbloglike I know... so forgive me
The Carnival of the Badger is a weekly blog carnival featuring bloggers from all around Wisconsin. It is a non-partisan blog, and is open to anyone from Wisconsin, or with posts about Wisconsin. You are welcome to submit posts on any topic, from politics, to sports, to current events, or anything else. However, the more regional topics are better for this carnival, as we're trying to keep it about Wisconsin. If you're unfamiliar with what a carnival is, you can see an example here (the 1st Edition of the Carnival of the Badger).
The Carnival will be posted at the host site every Thursday, and submissions are due Wednesday, preferably before 7 PM Central Time. This is to allow the host to have plenty of time to put everything together, as it is a lot of work. If you're late submitting, its purely at the discretion of the host whether to include you or not.
If you'd like to submit a post from the past week (or further back if its still relevant), there are many ways you can do it:
If you'd like to host a future edition of the Carnival of the Badger, then you can either leave a comment on this post, or you can email me using the link on the right side of the page. Please be sure to include the following information:
Last Updated (4/21/2006):
August 25th - Widgerson Library & Pub
September 1st - Lance Burri
September 8th - Badger Blogger
September 15th - Letters in Bottles
September 22nd - The Public Brewery
September 29th - Real Debate Wisconsin
October 6th - Leaning Blue
October 13th - Badger Blues
October 20th - Subject to Change
October 27th - The American Mind
November 3rd - Badger Blogger
November 10th - Widgerson Library & Pub
November 17th - Military Matters
November 24th - Musings of a Thoughtful Conservative
December 1st - Leaning Blue
December 8th - Subject to Change
December 15th - Real Debate Wisconsin
December 22nd - Sadie Says
December 29th - The Happy Circumstance
January 5th - The World According to Nick
January 12th - Right Off The Shore
January 19th - From Where I Sit
January 26th - Milwaukee's Layton Park Blogger
February 2nd - Know What I Mean?
February 9th - Wigderson Library & Pub
February 16th - Texas Hold 'Em Blogger
February 23rd - Territorial Pissings
March 2nd - No Runny Eggs
March 9th - Milwaukee's Layton Park Blogger
March 16th - Ask Me Later
March 23rd - Know What I Mean?
March 30th - Milwaukee-ID10T
April 6th - The Happy Circumstance
April 13th - Wigderson Library & Pub
April 20th - Badger Blogger
April 27th - Leaning Blue
May 4th - Stepping Right Up!
May 11th - Scott Mehring
May 18th - On Hiatus
May 25th - The World According to Nick
June 1st - Sex in the Mil-town
June 8th - Right off the Shore
All other dates are still available!
This sounds like a lot of fun!
I have never been part of a Carnival before, but one for the Badger State sounds like the one to start with :)
One question...What do I do? (Like I said, I have never done this before) Do I just submit one of my posts from the past week or something specific for the Carnival?
Help us Carnival rookies out :)
For all you carnival rookies out there, you generally send in a link to a post that you've written from the past week, though you can certainly write something specificly to include in the carnival.Post a Comment
The Carnival host then collects up all the links and posts them on their blog with a brief summary of the post to get people to head over to your blog and read it.
It's for the link whore in all of us.
Home: Wauwatosa, WI, United States
I'm a Software Consultant in the Milwaukee area. Among various geeky pursuits, I'm also an amateur triathlete, and enjoy rock climbing. I also like to think I'm a political pundit.
View My Profile
Previous PostsPork Anyone?
Fisking Eugene Kane
Driving a Survey
The Gym Class Myth
Politically Correct Incorrectness
Get Out Your Binoculars
Where Do We Get Our News Now?
Personal LinksCarnival of the Badger
The Coding Monkey
Blog Critics Reviews
Design By maystar