Here’s the most recent carnivalia for you to read and enjoy;
Carnival of the Vanities, 16 October 2008 edition. This blog carnival, the grand dame of them all, focuses on the very best writing on any topic in the blogosphere.
Tangled Bank, 116th edition. This is the classic science and medicine blog carnival that has been ongoing for … erm, more than three years now.
I and the Bird, issue #86. This blog carnival focuses on wild birds and bird watching.
Festival of Frugality, 143rd edition. This is an extraordinarily large blog carnival filled with all sorts of ways to stretch your limited funds — and considering the current economic situation, we all can use some coaching on how to become more frugal.
Carnival of Satire, issue #106. If you like satire, especially political satire, you’ll love this blog carnival!
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