Here’s another opportunity to give some credit to the people who most inspire you within the atheist community. Austin Cline, administrator of the Agnostic/Atheist forum at about.com, sent us the information and asks us if we’d like to help get the word out. I believe we would!
Nominations Will Soon Open for the 2011 About.com Readers’ Choice Awards
I wanted to let you know about a new awards program we’re running on About.com. It’s called the Readers’ Choice Awards, and it will showcase the best products, features and services in dozens of categories across the entire About.com network of sites.
On my Agnosticism/Atheism site, I will accepting nominations for several “best of” categories:
Best Agnostic or Atheist Book of 2010
Best Agnostic or Atheist Blog
Best Agnostic or Atheist Podcast
Best Agnostic or Atheist Website
Best Agnostic or Atheist Social Networking Website
Best Agnostic or Atheist Forum
Best Agnostic or Atheist to Follow on Twitter
Best Agnostic or Atheist Facebook Page
Best Agnostic or Atheist Ad
I thought you might be interested in nominating your blog, your podcast, or otherwise getting the word out to your community.
This page explains the process and will also have the nomination form:
To learn more about the overall awards program visit http://awards.about.com.
Nominations will open on January 13 and run until Feb. 4; voting will run from Feb. 11 through March 8, with winners announced March 15. There’s no prize—just the bragging rights that come with getting recognized by the readers of one of a leading websites owned by The New York Times Co.
I’m not telling anyone who to vote for (*AHEM*)…just sayin’!