Wednesday, December 08, 2010

2010 Blogisattva Award Finalists

This past six months has been quite the wild ride for us here at the Blogisattvas. First off, I want to thank everyone, the readers, the Buddhist publications and most of all the hard working bloggers out there that have made this whole thing possible. The response we received in nominations far exceeded anyones expectations, and that is why we would like to also thank the hard work the judges did in digging through literally hundreds and hundreds of entries. It was certainly no easy task for them!

Below are the 5 finalist blogs and bloggers in each category listed in alphabetical order. Also, we have added a line for honorable mentions, to give as much recognition to the just enormous amount of excellent blogs out there. On Sunday December 12th, we will reveal the winners for each category. Congratulations to everyone!

Without further ado, here are the 2010 Blogisattva Award finalists.

Best Achievement with Humor in a Blog or Blog Post 

Best Achievement in Wide Range of Topic Interests Blogging 

Best Achievement in Design 
✍ Honorable Mentions: Sumeru, 108zenbooks, Cheerio Road

Best Engage-the-World Blog

Best Achievement Blogging Opinion Pieces or Political Issues

Best Achievement in Kind and Compassionate Blogging

Best Blogging on Matters Philosophical, Psychological or Scientific

Best “Life” Blog

Best Buddhist Practice Blog

Best Achievement Blogging on Buddhist Practice or Dharma

Best Achievement in Skilled Writing
✍ Honorable Mentions: 21awake, Run with MuDeitch

Post of the Year!

Blog of the year, Svaha!


BuddhaBadges said...

Congratulations to all the finalists! Namaste and Thank You to you All!

Kyle Lovett said...

And thank you for your invaluble work with the graphics here. It looks excellent!

Sabio said...

Best Service to Blogging Buddhists --> (with thanks to:)Kyle Lovett !!

Nate DeMontigny said...

Kyle and Anoki... and everyone else who had a hand in the Blogisattvas.... THANK YOU! I've had fun and can't wait to announce the winners!!!

bookbird said...

YAY!!! This is brilliant and so exciting! Thankyou judges and organisers for all your hard work and energy in this excellent project. I have so much to read!

Marguerite Manteau-Rao said...

Kyle, Anoki, the whole team of judges, and all the Dharma friends who participated in the nomination process . . . thank you so much for all your hard work and generosity.

Time for gratitude :)

Marguerite Manteau-Rao said...

And also much metta for Andy! That he may be well . . .

Genju said...

How awesome to come home to all these great spiritual friends collected on one page!

Genju said...

... a deep bow of gratitude to all of you for putting in your precious time on this terrific project!

Karma Yonten Gyatso said...

Thanks for all you do! You should be getting one of your own awards - for Great Service to the International Buddhist Community. Thanks too for giving us an honourable mention.