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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Music People: We Want Your Nominations for the SF Weekly Web Awards

Posted By on Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 2:23 PM

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Our never-ending quest to uncover the greatest things in San Francisco doesn't stop at the edge of cyberspace. No sir! In fact, the SF Weekly Web Awards are designed purely to honor/celebrate/give cool plaques and free drinks to the folks who make local online culture the awesomefest is tends to be. That of course extends to music, where (we'd argue) some of the greatest tech talents develop web sites, Twitter feeds, and various other digital projects that capture the local scene in all its glory.

So help us, dear readers, find the best music-related web thingys this wacky city has to offer, and nominate your online favorites for the SF Weekly web awards.

We're giving out awards for Best Band Twitter Feed, Best Local Music Website, Best Local Concert Site, Best Music Venue Website, and Best Podcast. Check out the full list of categories here.

Send us your nominations by August 21. Starting on Aug. 22, we'll have an online poll up where everyone (yes, even you, Mom) can vote for your favorites. The top three nominations in each category will go to our insane panel of judges. There's even a Reader's Choice section, where you can vote for sexiest geek, most shameless self-promoter, and other off-kilter honors.

So what are you waiting for!? Get to nominating already!

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