Home2004 Weblog Awards2004 Weblog Awards – That's A Wrap 2004 Weblog Awards – That's A Wrap Kevin December 12, 2004 2004 Weblog Awards 19 Comments My long nightmare is almost over… Voting has ended for 2004 Weblog Awards. A couple tight races are still up in the air pending a review of the logs, but by and large the winners are decided. Weekend Caption Contest™ Winners Bonfire Of The Vanities Reminder Related Posts 2004 Weblog Awards Update Awards Season 2004 Weblog Awards – Rage Against The Machine About The Author Kevin Kevin founded Wizbang in 2003. He still contributes occasionally and handles all the technical and design work for the site. 19 Comments Rightwingsparkle December 12, 2004 Kevin, Good Job! I don’t know WHY you do this. It must be like working at the complaint department at any given cell phone company and not getting paid for it. Ghost of a flea December 12, 2004 Thanks for running the show (and thanks again for the nomination). Stacy L. Harp December 12, 2004 You rock and had great coverage at the RNC! salt1907 December 12, 2004 Thank you for running this for us. Your contribution to the blogosphere will be long remembered. If I could be forgiven for a shameless plug as the voting winds down, please check out my book-of-the-month/classics of conservatism selection in today’s postings at my blog. Rediscover consertavisms’s roots as we make our own history in the blogosphere. salt1907 December 12, 2004 Forgive my typos in the previous comment. It has been a long weekend. The preview button is your friend. Sean Gleeson December 12, 2004 Thanks from me, too. This was a good contest. SondraK December 12, 2004 Thanks Kevin…I knew this was going to be a bear!!!! Sorry for all of your grief…most of us just wanted to have a great time….and did. TGIS 😀 XoSondraK Sean Gleeson December 12, 2004 But now the awards site is down. Have you closed the polls? Evil Pundit December 12, 2004 So I’m not the only one who can’t access the site. Is it a deliberate shutdown, or is there a problem? Sean Gleeson December 12, 2004 It’s back up. Evil Pundit December 12, 2004 Okay. And, since I forgot — thanks to Kevin for all his efforts! JQu December 12, 2004 when i try the voting site it brings me to a previous date and will not allow me to vote. is this some kind of dnc voter frustration attempt? Christopher Cross December 13, 2004 As I did not win, I demand several needless and time-consuming recounts. Donna December 13, 2004 Thanks for all the hard work. It was fun even though I lost! Jon Henke December 13, 2004 Adding my voice to so many others: Thanks, Kevin…and that goes for everybody who spent time working on the Awards. It was enjoyable. You deserve the credit for that. -S- December 13, 2004 Argh, nightmare is right. Congratulations to all the Winners and to Kevin for service above and beyond. The internet wins in this case because of Kevin’s work on this contest, compared to previous and other competitions that I’m aware of. Anyway, “Winner” image files are now finished in various file sizes for each and every category and they aren’t posted for public access as with the earlier permutations, but have been sent to Kevin, who will be dispensing them through email to Winners. Just so everyone is aware…if you won, please ask Kevin to email you a file size that you want to display, and files available are: 200 pixels wide -x- 60 pixels high 225 w -x- 68 h 250 w -x- 76 h 275 w -x- 83 h 300 w -x- 91 h They’re all the same image and copy, just different original files sizes for each/every Winner in respective Category, dependent upon what respective sites want to display. -S- December 13, 2004 That is, rather, the file sizes are available in that array for EACH Winner in EACH Category, with respective, individual copy for each Winner/each Category (so the copy varies per Award benefitted, is what I mean). Each winner has those file sizes available for their particular Award won — their image file will display their particular Award won– dependent upon what size they want to display. Morgan December 13, 2004 Congratulations, Kevin, and thanks very much for all of your work. As a blog reader, not a poster, I want to say how valuable your work is by making me aware of blogs I had never previously heard of. And have a very merry Christmas! physics geek December 13, 2004 Kevin, Thanks for all of the hard work hosting. It’s greatly appreciated, and I was introduced to some new blogs. Very cool.