Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Blog Carnival!

Just a reminder that Jack Le Moine's new Chess Blog Carnival is coming up, with an entry deadline of September 1. It might be a nice way to get your work noticed and see other's chess blogging efforts that may not yet have come to your attention.

I'm going to be on vacation for a week, but I hope to post a few things during that time--if not, I'll be back with further scintillating thoughts soon. I have a number of fine chess-related blogs I need to get around to linking to, and once again, if I haven't linked to you yet, please put a comment in below to make sure I get you there on the sidebar.

2 comments:

Samuraipawn said...

Just finished reading your contribution to the Chess Carnival. Inspiring stuff! I decided upon an opening repertoire last year. Haven't played it since, but your motivational injection gave me that little push one needs sometimes.

Looking forward to reading more of your stuff in the future.

-Chris

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