Tag Archives: Blogger Beauty Pageant

Tenth Annual Weblog Awards

Voting ends tomorrow in the Tenth Annual Weblog Awards, where this here website thingy writer is somehow nominated for a “Lifetime Achievement Award.” I feel like Betty White! In a good way! You have to scroll horizontally all the damn ass hell to the far right to see my ballot. I love the far right! Anyway, this (I think) concludes ...

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Mike Lux Wins Air America Contest

Well, it was a fun distraction for a couple of weeks, but Open Left’s Mike Lux has won Air America’s “Favorite Progressive Blogger” contest. I came in second, which is pretty damn good considering I didn’t know about the contest until I was a semi-finalist! Congratulations, Mike! After five weeks of competition, dozens of tweets, emails, and blog posts — ...

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Sad Face: Mike Lux – 45%, JMG – 26%

Well, crap. Mike Lux over at OpenLeft has zoomed past me. If only I had a mailing list with thousands of names, dangit. But that’s fair and square and he’s a great voice in the progressive blogosphere. Voting ends at 5PM tomorrow, so who knows, maybe somebody out there has their own mailing list to put me and Pam on. ...

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Blogger Beauty Pageant Update

Air America has posted what I think will be the final rankings update before their “America’s Favorite Progressive Blogger” contest ends at 5pm on Thursday. Somehow I’m still clinging onto the lead, but Mike Lux has screamed into second place. I am Monica Geller, dammit.

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Blogger Beauty Pageant 2.0

Air America has rebooted their contest to choose your favorite progressive blogger, discarding all the votes submitted in the first two days and instituting a new system requiring the submission of an email address. Only the votes made from yesterday and onward will be counted. Shortly before the earlier system was ditched, I was behind Media Matters’ Karl Frisch by ...

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Air America: New Voting Link

Air America has updated their voting system to require an email address in order to prevent folks from voting more than once. I had thought an IP tracker would prevent that, but I guess they don’t want people voting from both from their work and home computers. Last time I looked, I was a few points behind Media Matters’ Karl ...

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