Objectivist Roundup

 Posted by on 21 January 2010 at 12:00 pm  Objectivist Roundup
Jan 212010

Erosophia has the latest Objectivist Roundup.

Here’s how Jenn Casey of Rational Jenn recently explained the Objectivist Roundup — and what you might do to promote it — on OActivists :

In case you’re not familiar with the Objectivist Round Up, a “blog carnival” is a regular compilation of blog posts by different authors on a particular subject or theme or other criterion. The only requirement for participation in the Objectivist Round Up is that the author of the blog post be an Objectivist. (That requirement also applies to the weekly hosts.)

Bloggers take turns hosting the carnival each week, and the edition goes up on Thursdays. The topics vary from week to week, based on the posts submitted by the bloggers who choose to participate that week. Some bloggers participate pretty regularly; others infrequently. A typical edition of the carnival has about 16 – 25 entries.

Check out the Objectivist Round Up if you haven’t had a chance to before now! And pass the links along to others–either a specific post that may have captured your attention, or the link to the carnival edition itself. I know that many of us OBloggers have non-Objectivist readers who enjoy reading the carnival. So in that way, I think the carnival might be considered an activism tool. We generally announce the new edition of the carnival on our own blogs, and post links to Facebook and Twitter, too–where we all have non-Objectivist friends, family, and followers. So if you’d like to do the same, that would be wonderful!

If you have a blog and are interested in participating in the carnival, you can find more information at our carnival homepage. Or you can email me personally, and I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Thanks for reading, and thanks for spreading the word!

~Jenn Casey, administrator of the blog carnival

Again, here’s the latest edition of the latest Objectivist Roundup.

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