March 17, 2006
Friday Ark #78
We'll post links to sites that have Friday (plus or minus a few days) photos of their chosen animals (photoshops at our discretion and humans only in supporting roles). Watch the Exception category for rocks, beer, coffee cups, and....?
Alert: The Friday Ark crew will be traveling this weekend. After 1:00 PM PST on Friday and until Sunday night updates will be intermittent and may not be complete.
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- Leave a comment or trackback to this post,
- Use the Carnival Submission Form,
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- Our extensive staff finds it during our weekly search of the web
Of course, if our staff goes on strike then we will link only those posts someone tells us about. Time permitting we will continue boardings until the Carnival of the Cats goes up on Sunday.
Do link to the Friday Ark whether you use trackbacks or not.
Visit each border and come back regularly Friday-Sunday to visit new boarders.
Extra, Extra: All Ark boarders are invited to shout out at the Friday Ark Frapper Map. (54 shouts as of 03/16) BTW, the slideshow of the pics folks included is pretty nifty!
Dog folks: remember to submit your links to the Carnival of the Dogs hosted by Mickey's Musings.
Cat folks: remember to submit your links to the Carnival of the Cats which goes up every Sunday and the 104th edition will be hosted this week by Music and Cats. There are more weekly cats at eatstuff's Weekend Cat Blogging which has many participants who may not be familiar to Ark or Carnival participants. Do go shout out at The Catbloggers Frappr Map.
Bird folks: I and the Bird: A Blog Carnival for Bird Lovers is published every 2 weeks. The 19th edition edition is up and hosted by the Science and Politicsr. The 19th edition will be hosted by Science and Politics.
For the spineless: Circus of the Spineless. A monthly celebration of Insects, Arachnids, Molluscs, Crustaceans, Worms and most anything else that wiggles. The sixth edition is up at Science and Politics. The 7th edition is scheduled for March 31 and will be hosted by Research at a Snail's Pace. You've got time to get those submissions sent in!Arkive editions of the Friday Ark.
- Lucky White Girl: Friday cat/dog blogging
- No Deep Thoughts: The Stow Away
- Catymology: Aloysius, Pangur Ban
- Beezer Song: how-to-photograph-a-kitty
- Melange: Face of an Angel? Think Again!
- enrevanche: Found water is fair game
- Elms in the Yard: Three Cats
- Texas Oasis: Friday Morning After Party Animal
- The Conservative Cat: Ferdinand T. Cat - Catblogging: Master of All I Survey
- Sisu: Tiny, Tiny and Baby,Tiny and Red/Blue states are no concern to Tiny
- TWo Black Cats: Friday Catblogging
- Manx Mnews: MasterCATS - Abby, Boo, Jinx, Ping & Gracie
- Stereophilia: Huckzilla vs Beastheera
- Lab Kat: Friday Cat Blogging: Pixel
- Catcall: Friday Catblogging: Edloe the Grumpus
- Music and Cats: Feline Friday: Lyra, bright and dark
- i-pets.com blog: Friday Cat Blog: Smoke, Grace and Buddy
- IMAO: Friday Catblogging: Edloe the Grumpus
- Mensa Barbie: Butterscotch With Your Tea
- The Wide Awake Cafe: The Waning Gibbous is Making the Cats Moody
- Middle Fork: Here comes Lady!
- Science, Shrimp, and Grits: T is for Tom
- The Dees Diversion: Friday cat blogging - I'll follow the sun
- Space Monkey Pants: morning with the small one
- Leslie's Omnibus: Traveling Companions: Tiger Boots and the Divine Miss Marilyn
- bloggo chicago: Friday Cat Blogging #26: Angelo
- Prophet or Madman: Friday Pet Blogging - Sick Kitties:( Milo and Otis
- LadyGun: The Cuteness Factor and A Visit From Booie
- Watermark: St. Patrick's Friday Cat Blogging
- Diva Kitty and the Fluffies: We're One!
- feministe: Caption This Photo
- Why Now?: Friday Cat Blogging: Oh, That Cable
- Blog d'Elisson: Upstairs, Downstairs boarded 3/19
- Real Art: Friday Cat Blogging: Paz, Frankie, Sammy, and Phil together at last! boarded 3/19
- A Shareware Life: Friday CatBlogging: Peaceful Coexistence - Inquisitor and Pumpkin together boarded 3/19
- eatstuff: WCB 41: Kitty Storage! boarded 3/19
- CathColl: cats insist on consequences boarded 3/19
- Sisu: Baby Cakes and Tiny boarded 3/19
- cb.blog: Weekend Catblogging: Better Late Than Never! boarded 3/19
- Music and Cats: Carnival of the Cats #104: 2nd Anniversary
- Science and Politics: Holy Cow - Swimming Ants!
- A DC Birding Blog: Spider Blogging: Wolf Spider?
- Thoughts from Kansas: A horrible, disgusting botfly
- Pharyngula: Friday Cephalopod: Schooling
- milkriverblog: Not Really A Cat Friday: Brown Soft Scale, Coccus hesperidum
- Snail's Tales: Common Checkered Skipper
- Bioluminescence: Oh, Susannah!
- Multiple Mentality: More Cosmo!
- Lucky White Girl: Friday cat/dog blogging
- Tbogg: Thursday Night Basset Blogging: Beckham
- Basic Juice: Poodle in Winter
Jacqueline and Angel Go For a Walk In The Barranca
- The Alternate Brain: Friday Cattle Dog Blogging: Princess Shayna boarded 3/4
- Ironicus Maximus: Friday Hound Blogging: Summer is very easygoing,...
- Pop Culture Gadabout: A Meeting Of
The Mutts boarded 3/19
- Science and Politics: I and the Bird #19
- Coyote Mercury: Bird Pictures from Canyon of the Eagles
- Living the Scientific Life: Goodbye, Beautiful Dream
- Elms in the Yard: Avian Camouflage Foiled (or: Gotcha!)
- 10,000 Birds: Great Swamp Getting Better: Red-winged Blackbird
- A DC Birding Blog: Preening At The Docks
- Living the Scientific Life: Carolina Parakeets, Conuropsis carolinensis and much more in Birds in the News #51
- 10,000 Monkeys and a Camera: Friday Creature: Wood Ducks
- Passionate Nonchalance: Pigeons
- Henry's Webiocosm Blog: Goose Friday
- Tortoise Trail: Cactus Wren
- Dharma Bums: Fence-climbing Raccoon
- Ontogeny: Florida panther (Puma concolor coryi)
- pages turned: Baby Pictures!!!
- Pencil Roving: Horseblogging
- Vermin Realm: Riff
- Farmgirl Fare: World's Best Pillow boarded 3/19
- Duck Pond: Friday Night Dog Blog: Goodbye Taffy
- Lisa Violet's Diary: Catstuff: And then there were thirty-three
- Pharyngula: Juravenator starki
Note for Haloscan Users: Haloscan started (the end of July) rejecting trackbacks if they were submitted "too rapidly" by the same host. I don't know what the timer is but it is long enough so that it was very difficult to ping everyone that is using Haloscan for trackbacks. I'm sure that they are doing this to try to hold back the tide of trackback spam but it makes the service pretty useless for carnival type posts. Perhaps you can contact them and urge some different solution. Update: Typepad appears to be doing the same thing. Everytime I update the Ark it appears the timers are reset and the long list of MT autogenerated pings fail. Yecchhhh....