Recently, I've been pitching the idea of an EA blogging carnival where each month, somebody picks a topic and then everybody blogs about it.
As today is the first of the month, I'm going to announce the December topic for Figuring Good Out*, the new EA blogging carnival. If you'd like to participate, just write a post on the topic and mention that you'd like to include it in the carnival for this month.
The topic for December is "Blind spots." You can take that in any direction that you like. For example, what is something altruistically important that you know about that you think most EAs don't know about? Is there a cause, organization, insight, or productivity tip that EAs are ignoring?
On December 31, I'll write a post linking to all the submissions. If you'd like to volunteer to host the January carnival, then let me know below. We can start a queue. As host, you can choose any topic you like but keep in mind that some topics will get more responses than others. If you intend to contribute to this month's carnival, I recommend commenting below.
*The title "Figuring Good Out" is negotiable if everybody really hates it but it works for me.