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Needs a name

I have nothing to post tonight, but Wulfgar has come up with a cool idea: Montana blogging awards.

My votes are below the fold, since Wulfgar has blessed us with a bazillion categories:

Some of these aren’t filled out because I simply don’t read enough Montana blogs and websites.

1: Best Montana Political Website (Websites relating or dealing with primarily political content). A Chicken is not Pillage

a: Best Left Leaning Political Website. A Chicken is not Pillage
b: Best Right Leaning Political Website. MTpolitics
c: Best Libertarian/Constitutional/Independent Website. Dave Budge
d: Most In-depth Political Website. Left in the West
c: Best Political Candidate’s Website. Tester Time

2: Best Lifestyle Website. BLTB

a: Most Exemplifies a Montana Lifestyle. Sarpy Sam
c: Best Pop-Culture Website.BLTB

3: Most Web Gravitas (Best Read) Website. City Lights

a: Best Website For Montana News (not an online newspaper, or presentation thereof).
b: Best Website For Montana Photos.
c: Best Website For Montana Tales and Stories. Watermark
d: Most Informative Website About Montana And Montana Concerns.

4: Most Humorous Montana Website. A Secular Franciscan Life

5: Best Montana Media Website (specifically dedicated to providing news and information).

a: Best Online Newspaper. Billings Gazette
b: Best Online Media Sponsored Website. City Lights
c: Best Online Magazine. New West

6: Best State Run Website.

a: Most Useful State Website.

7: Most Helpful Montana Website.

8: Most Historical Montana Website.

9: Best Montana Community Website. (Community Websites are those that allow multiple posters or content providers.) Big Sky Blog

10: Most Missed Montana Website Not Being Updated Or On Hiatus. ProgressMontana 😛

11: Best Personal Montana Website (Relating to and about the individuals personal life). Revolving Duck

12: Montana Survivor; Website you’d most like to be voted off the mountains (try to be nice, here). I’m just not mean enough to do this

13: And Finally, The Montana Website You Would Choose To Read Everyday. Left in the West

Categories: Montana
  1. November 11, 2005 at 8:54 am

    Dude…I’m humbled – thank you!

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