The Weblog Awards (Bloggies)

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The Weblog Awards, nicknamed the Bloggies, are annual non-profit blog awards that have been presented since 2001. They are the longest running and one of the largest blog awards, with winners determined through internet voting by the public. The Weblog Awards are presented by Nikolai Nolan, and are covered by many major news organizations.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

Awards[edit]

Entries are alphabetical; winners are in bold:

2001[8][edit]

Culture[edit]

  • Article or essay about weblogs: Deconstructing "You've Got Blog"; Ten Tips For Building A Bionic Weblog; Weblogs: A History and Perspective; What the Hell Is a Weblog, and Why Won't They Leave Me Alone?; You've Got Blog
  • Meme: A Day With(out) Weblogs; Hiding blog names in source code; The "A-List"; The "Little Girl On a Bike" story
  • Web application for weblogs: Blogger; BlogVoices; GreyMatter;[note 1] Manila; Pitas.com
  • Weblog directory or update monitor: Blog.Start; Blogger; EatonWeb Portal; SubHonker Filter; Weblogs.com
  • Weblog resource: Blogger; The Bling Dictionary; Weblog Madness; Weblog Resources FAQ; Weblog, Theory and Practice
  • Weblog webring: Aussie Blogs; BlogCanada; BlogPhiles; Linksluts; Webloggers
Origin[edit]
  • Asian weblog: Daily Bread; GMTPlus9; IritibilitaLog; Poppycock; Weblog Wannabe
  • Australian or New Zealand weblog: Design Is Kinky; Loobylu; Virulent Memes; Waferbaby
  • Canadian weblog: 2xy.org=f(ab); Have Browser, Will Travel; Pith and Vinegar; SuccaLand; Weblog Shmeblog
  • European weblog: Kitsch...; LukeLog; Not.So.Soft; PlasticBag.org; Prolific
  • Latin American weblog: Eduardo Arcos; PoseidonZone; Pura Vida; Rafael Nevarez: Ese Soy Yo; Zamorim
Accessory[edit]
  • Designed weblog: EvHead; Kottke..org; Loobylu; NoahGreyCom;[note 2] Saturn.org
  • Non-weblog content of a weblog site: Fairvue Central; Harrumph; WaferBaby; Wetlog;Zeldman.com
  • Tagline of a weblog: Blogger; Harrumph; MemePool; MetaFilter: "More addictive than crack"; Virulent Memes
  • Webcam of a weblog site: EvHead; Fairvue Central; Kottke.org; MegNut
Theme[edit]
  • Computers or technology weblog: Ars Technica; GeekNews; Hack the Planet; Kuro5hin; Slashdot
  • Temporary or periodic weblog: Born, Eat, Shag, Die: The Mayfly Project; SurvivorBlog; SXSWb; The 5K; The Great Blog-Off
  • Topical weblog: Disturbing Search Requests; Guardian Unlimited: The Weblog; Librarian.net; New York, London, Paris, Munich; U2Log.com
  • Weblog about weblogs: Borrowed Blogs; Haiku the Blog; MetaCubed; The Dark Ages of Weblogging; Webloglog
Character[edit]
  • GLBT weblog: 2xy.org=f(ab); Leather Egg; Must See HTTP; PlasticBag.org; Web Queeries
  • Humorous weblogs: Disturbing Search Requests; Harrumph; RiotHero; Torrez.org; Wetlog
  • Group or community weblog: Disturbing Search Requests; MemePool; MetaFilter; Slashdot; Web Queeries
Process[edit]
  • Blogger-powered weblog: Harrumph; Prolific; Saturn.org; Swallowing Tacks; /USR/Bin/Girl
  • Manila-powered weblog: Disturbing Search Requests; Doc Searls Weblog; Hack the Planet; Q; Scripting News
  • PITAS-powered weblog: Catherine's Pita; Deletia; Openlog; Ribbit; Wisdom
  • Programming of a website: CamWorld; Fairvue Central; Kottke.org; MetaFilter; WaferBaby
Quality[edit]
  • Best-kept-secret weblog: A Curmudgeon Teaches Statistics; Consolation Champs; Digital Swirlee; Follow Me Here; Wockerjabby
  • Lifetime achievement: Cameron Barrett; Dave Winer; Jeffrey Zeldman; Jorn Barger; Jason Kottke
  • New weblog: Lines and Splines; Little Yellow Different; Re-run; ThinkDink; Weblog Wannabe
  • Weblog of the year: Harrumph; MetaFilter; Not.So.Soft; PlasticBag.org; Saturn.org; /Usr/Bin/Girl

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Not included in voting at author’s request
  2. ^ Not included in voting at author’s request

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wired News
  2. ^ San Francisco Chronicle
  3. ^ Christian Science Monitor
  4. ^ Reuters UK
  5. ^ NEWS.com.au
  6. ^ Express India
  7. ^ ABC News Online
  8. ^ Nikolai Nolan. "First Annual Weblog Awards". Retrieved 4 August 2010. 

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