Welcome to the March 21, 2005 edition of Carnival of the Capitalists, the Internet's most intriguing weekly round-up of free-market articles. The best part of hosting COTC is the chance to explore some new and interesting territory in the blogosphere. So, grab a cup o’ joe, sit back and enjoy over 50 great entries this week!
Jason Davis at Recruiting.com takes a look at recruiting, blogging and the effects it has on those who write these blogs.
Yvonne DiVita of Lip-Sticking points to an interview of Neville Hobson who talks about why blogging for business makes sense.
Gordon Smith of Conglomerate looks at both sides of the issue of getting confidentiality agreements from a venture capitalist.
Barry Welford at The Other Bloke’s Blog thinks about web design and the need to design for more than just Internet Explorer.
Rob Sama discusses the implications if something is structurally wrong with Boston’s big dig.
Individ takes a look at China’s growth as it relates to raw material prices and the growth of its military. What effect will China’s growth have on the rest of the world?
Rawlon Adams of the Capital Chronicle says it isn't plain sailing being a bear in this economy.
Nellakantan posts that for as little as $12 you can fly between two second tier Indian cities, on Air Deccan, India’s newly launched budget airline. While it doesn’t have the frills, $12 sounds like a good price to me!
Jim Logan reminds you that there's never a bad time for a great sales promotion.
Peter Capula of pc4media outlines how to get your event online by using the web before, during and after the event.
David Foster at the Chicagoboyz asks the question: if you suddenly became CEO of General Motors...what would you do?
Mad Anthony takes a look at the possible end of production for Iran's national car - and what it says about capitalism vs. state controlled production.
Last, But Not Least
Last, But Not Least
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