Admit it . . . you rejected the legitimacy of the Oscar after "The English Patient" beat out "Jerry Maguire," you haven't taken the Heisman seriously since Gino Torretta, and you stopped caring about the Silver Sprocket when Paul Buchman failed to be recognized for "A Day in the Life of a Button" but later won for "Weed."
Don't even get me started on the Grammy.
The nominating process is open to everyone, so, in order to put forth a worthy candidate, you don't have to be someone who wastes colossal amounts of time writing a weblog . . . you can be someone who wastes colossal amounts of time reading weblogs! (Since we both know how wordy I am, I think it's fair to say that, if you're here, this means you.)
If brevity had ever been my strong suit, do you honestly think I'd have earned a degree in this building?
Be sure to visit Joel's site for a complete run-down of all of the awards. My nominations will be posted shortly, but candidates already have been put forward by The 8th Maxim, who was kind enough to nominate Dawg Sports as a contender for "The Keith Jackson Circa 1995 Award."
Whoa, Nellie! We have a real barn-burner, folks! You can't tap-dance around the weblog awards or they'll put a tutu on you!
It's time to recognize excellence in the medium for the new millennium, the blogosphere. Since you are a part of the community we serve, please let us know what you think.