Home2003 Weblog Awards2003 Weblog Awards – Stretch Run 2003 Weblog Awards – Stretch Run Kevin December 12, 2003 2003 Weblog Awards 7 Comments Most races are too close to call. Even the Best Overall Blog category, where LGF holds a strong lead, isn’t immune to a well timed mention from the competition. Voting closes Sunday. BlogCuba Day Guns, Gays, God, And School Prayer Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditEmailMoreLinkedInPinterestPrintTumblrPocket Related Posts 2003 Weblog Awards – Procedures Nominations: Best Female Authored Blog By Popular Demand: Most Egregious Omission Poll About The Author Kevin Kevin founded Wizbang in 2003. He still contributes occasionally and handles all the technical and design work for the site. 7 Comments cooper byrne December 12, 2003 Isn’t it a bit presumptuous to call it the “2003 Weblog Awards” with the second year of the Koufax Awards out there? Shouldn’t it be called the right wing weblog awards or whoever the right-y equivalent of Sandy koufax is? Kevin December 12, 2003 These awards have nothing to do with ideology (other that two very specific categories). The Bloggies (if they occur) would be going on their 4th year. None of them have anything to do with each other. dwight meredith December 13, 2003 I don’t think it is presumptous at all. It seems to me that Kevin is running a really good award process with a lot of interest and a lot of good ideas. The Weblog Awards are certainly not in competition with the Koufax Awards and the Koufax Awards are not in competition with the Weblog Awards. Each serves its own purpose. Good luck with the Weblog Awards Kevin. alphasheep December 14, 2003 Someone is doing inflating the numbers for — Best Group Blog:Powerline Probably targetting first place, better watch out. They were not even on a third place a few days ago and now it looks like someone wants them 1st. Kevin December 14, 2003 Done. alphasheep December 15, 2003 Kevin, Not Rantburg (as far I as I know). Powerline was inflated, you’ve got it backwards! 🙂 Kevin December 15, 2003 The logs don’t lie. I had not looked over that category yet. Rantburg stood out severly, Powerline less, but still inflated.