The 36th Georgia Blog Carnival is up and running over at Georgia On My Mind. Wow. Just looking at this stuff reminds me of how far the internet community in Georgia has come in 4 short years.
While I still haven't heard of Georgia bloggers holding their own conference, yet, I'm sure its just a matter of time.
Here's some links from the Carnival that I browsed already:
This one looks at how Lake Lanier has changed. The drought in Georgia is so bad, the need for downstream water is so great, and the inability to figure out what to do at a state level is so non-existent that the levels of water in Lake Lanier's outer reaches have plummeted. Also, there are apparently some USACOE mistakes that also have contributed, and earned the ire of the Governor.
Dante, what's your take on this, you being the boatmaster and all?
Also relevant to both Georigans and New Orleanians (considering the current immigration proposals in Baton Rouge) is this post about day laborers from South of the Border.