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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Vote and Help Us Pick the Finalists for the SF Weekly Web Awards

Posted By on Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 1:15 PM


We asked you for your nominations, and boy, did you guys deliver. After sorting through hundreds of submissions, we've assembled a huge list of all the nominations for the SF Weekly Web Awards 2011. (Sidebar: Whoever nominated Frank Chu for every category, it was very funny. The first time.)

Now we need your votes to help us narrow down the finalists.

Head over to our poll page, and vote for your favorite blogs, apps, Twitter feeds, Tumblrs, and all other kinds of online ephemera. The top three in each category will get passed along to our panel of judges, who will have some very tough decisions to make.

The polls will stay open until August 30, so get your votes in now. We'll announce a winners on September 2, except for the Reader's Choice. For those, we'll keep the polls open and announce the winner on September 9, at our SF Weekly Web Awards party at 111 Minna. Wanna make sure you're there for the fun? Grab a ticket for the SF Weekly Web Awards now.

Best of luck to everyone!

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