Just a reminder: this Thursday, April 30, at midnight US Eastern Standard time, is the due date for submissions to the May Carnival of Trust.
For the few among you who have still not heard of the Carnival of Trust (you know who you are, and you’ve been warned)–it is a compilation of the Top Ten blogposts of the past month having to do in some way with the subject of trust: trust in relationships, business, politics, or society.
The host-ship of the Carnival is rotated each month. The host plays a critical role not only in selecting the blogposts for inclusion, but in adding some value of their own by commenting or adding context. Kind of like a really concise, insightful movie review.
May’s host will be San Diego’s gift (or is it Pittsburgh’s?) to the (legal) world, Dan Hull. A commercial litigator with broad experience, Dan is also the author of the popular blawg What about Clients? We’ve been chasing Dan for months and are delighted to have momentarily nailed him down for this month’s Carnival.
Do you have a recent blogpost (or want to recommend someone else’s) that has something to sya about trust? Submit it. You can’t win if you don’t buy a ticket; but remember, the host must choose from among much good material to select the Top Ten.
You can submit your post for inclusion here. Good luck!