Welcome to the December 17, 2006 edition of Business, Technology and Knowledge, a new blog carnival.
The original publication date of this carnival was going to be the 22nd of December, but we’ve had such a great round of submissions that we’ve went ahead and published early.
We’re still taking submissions for the next issue however, so get those new articles in soon.
Phil B. gives us some great tips on the Etiquette to Reading and Replying to Emails ï¿½ Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity.
blogginginvestor presents Business and trademarks posted at Mutual Funds, Insurance and other Investments, saying, “This article describes why businesses avoid their trademarks becoming generic with examples of generic trademarks in the recent history.”
Paul talks about Increasing your hourly rate in order to get rich posted at Paul’s Tips, saying, “When it comes to making more money, a lot of people think about working harder or working more. They equate the amount of money you get out with the amount of effort you put in. But this isn’t really the case.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of business, technology and knowledge using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
Thanks for reading!
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