On 2009-01-11 10:21 pm, Todd Bernhardt wrote:
> Yeah, plus we got a late start this year -- but hey, we gave them a run
> for their money last year, and I hate to just roll over...
Well, really, we only gave them a run for their money before Neil Gaiman
mentioned the poll on his site - within hours of him doing so he was
*way* ahead of us. And this year he's already mentioned it.
> --- On *Sun, 1/11/09, Phil Gyford /<lists@...>/* wrote:
> From: Phil Gyford <lists@...>
> Subject: Re: [pepysdiary] It's *on*! Again.
> To: email@example.com
> Date: Sunday, January 11, 2009, 4:32 AM
> To be honest, and this probably seems terribly defeatist, but there
> seems little point in making a big effort over this. The vote boils
> to whichever site has the most readers, with a bit of variation for how
> enthusiastic the readers are. And Neil Gaiman has many more readers, as
> we discovered last year. Sorry.
> On 2009-01-09 11:38 pm, beat_town wrote:
> > The 2008 Weblog Awards are once again up and running, and once again
> > Neil Gaiman's Journal is in the lead. Are we going to let that
> > What would Sam and Elizabeth say? And, my Lord! What would "my
> Lord" say?
> > http://2008. weblogawards. org/polls/ best-literature- blog/
> > You can vote once a day on each computer you own until the polls
> > Tuesday, January 13, 10:00 p.m. GMT / 5:00 p.m. EST / 2:00 p.m. PST.
> > So can your friends! And your family! Once a day on all the computers
> > they own.
> > Come one, come all, my Pepys. Let's get it on.
> > Phil, I'm going to post something on today's entry and will look
> for a
> > place in the Encyclopedia. Maybe you want to start a new entry for
> > this year's competition?
> > And so to vote,
> > -Todd
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