For those who don’t know, the Carnival of Trust is hosted on a rotating basis by excellent bloggers, who themselves select what they consider to be the leading posts of the past month. The host–not me–selects from submitted posts and those of their own searching; they choose how many, and from what walks of life, the posts represent. The only requirements are that the posts be good, the host be scintillating, and the subject has something to do with trust.
David’s blog–the Chicago IP Litigation Blog–of course brings a legal perspective. But he hasn’t let that restrain him. In this month’s Carnival, he has selected some excellent posts ranging from leadership (in the US Patent office) to restoring corporate trust, to Walter Cronkite, to an Amazon response to a crisis.
Rich and varied stuff, the food of good thought. Many thanks to David.
Blog-jog on over to David’s site to savor this month’s Carnival of Trust.