Bob MacDonald at Dust posted the November Carnival and it is an impressive effort. Certainly this is one of the best carnivals of the year. Head on over to Dust for a comprehensive list of contributions to online scholarship in November. (Click on all the links at least once, everyone will be happy with that.)
As Bob says, “If the shadow of one link against another has offended, think but this and all is mended – that you have but slumbered here while these visions did appear and this weak and idle theme no more yielding but a dream. (Puck)” I was unaware Puck was a BiblioBlogger, but the Top Fifty list has not been updated for a while.
Actually the Bibliblog Top Fifty is showing signs of stirring after a period of dormancy, Steve reports that he now manages ten gigabytes of data. The site is working faster than I recall in the past, and the Top Fifty is updated for November. (I am holding steady at #7, thanks to Jim West and Scot McKnight for not runner the tracker.) Hopefully Steve will be able to get many of the blogs which have started this year into the listing, there are quite a few good blogs that are hoping to get into the mix.
Abram K-J from Words on the Word is on tap for the December Carnival (coming January 1). I know he would appreciate any nominations for the final carnival of 2012.
Which brings me to January 2013. I am looking for volunteers for the 2013 Carnival Season. Carnivals are a great way to attract attention to your site if you are new blogger, but more importantly it gives you a chance to highlight the best and the brightest in the world of bibliblogs. If you would like to host a Carnival in 2013, send me an @gmail.com email (plong42), or a comment on this post and I can contact you.