Blog Carnival (December 12, 2010)

by Heather Adams

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Welcome to the December 12, 2010 edition of thinking tomorrow.

Preity Smith presents 25 Environmentalists Who Were Way Ahead of Their Time posted at, saying, “”Going green” is an almost nauseatingly cliche mantra that’s been picked up –sometimes falsely — by corporate America, soccer moms, and the least granola people you can think of.”

Chris Tompson presents 3 Ways To Make Money Online posted at Inspirest – Inspiring Entrepreneurship, saying, “Three great techniques for making money online.The benefit of making money via the internet is that you can work from anywhere in the world and while you sleep.”

Jennifer Lynch presents 20 Best Blogs for Amateur Mechanics posted at Top Online Colleges, saying, “Whether you have the newfound motivation to tune-up your car, bicycle or refrigerator, the following blogs will assist you in your tasks as an amateur mechanic.”

anjelajoseph presents 17 Google Chrome Extensions Every History Nut Needs posted at Masters in History, saying, “Upgrading your Google page to Google Chrome will make your web browsing faster as well as give you lots more flexibility because of all the great extensions that are available for Chrome users.”

Blake Willson presents Top 50 Blogs About Data Mining and Warehousing posted at Masters in Informatics, saying, “Data mining, a part of information science, is the process of extracting patterns from data, and it’s an important part of transforming that data into real information that businesses can use to streamline marketing, surveillance, fraud detection, and scientific discovery.”

Antonio Banderas presents 18 Essential Web Applications for Informatics Professionals posted at Masters in Informatics, saying, “Informatics is a growing field. Professionals in this field combine skills in communication, management and computer science to work in many different industries and fields.”

Mike Glover presents 5 Minute Chicken and Search Engine Optimization posted at Organic Search Engine Optimization, saying, “A light hearted blog article about barbeque chicken and search engine optimization.”

pranav presents Why Nokia ko ‘No’ kiya? posted at Daffatan Thoughts.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of thinking tomorrow using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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