2003 TAM Weblog Awards
This is a brand new award. My criteria are simple: the weblogs have to be on my blogroll and I have to consider them insightful, entertaining, or have some good quality to keep me coming back.
- Outside the Beltway
James Joyner pounced on this weblogging with in 2003 with plenty of political insight. He goes beyond merely restating the obvious in political and foreign affairs stories to offer unique perspectives.
- Matthew Stinson
One plus is he's a night owl like me so I have something new to read in the wee hours. More importantly he brings a young scholar's approach to current issues. He does it while not being boring or too academic.
- Milt's File
Milt Rosenberg is really new to this weblogging thing, but the host of WGN's Extension 720 takes his great intellect and transfers it brilliantly to the blogosphere. And he does all that in just a sentence or two.
- Betsy's Page
Betsy is the type of weblogger who doesn't need to say much. A link and a quick sentence is all she needs to make her point. Plus she has great links.
This is The Onion of the blogosphere. His "Axis of Weasels" became a Rush Limbaugh staple. But Scott Ott is consistently funny day in and day out.
Congratulations to the winners.
Posted by Sean Hackbarth in Weblogging
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