Previous blogs of the year

Earlier this afternoon, Jonathan Calder unearthed video footage from the first blog awards in 2006, which reminds me that I should plug the still-available recordings of our awards ceremonies in 2008.

Tucked away in our “Podcasts” category are audio recordings of the full round of speeches for 2008 Blog of the Year in which Alix Mortimer was crowned.

And still free-to-hear from this site is the taping of the apparently-one-and-only CGB Blogger Awards from March 2008.

There’s still three days remaining to nominate people for this year’s round of Blog of the Year Awards so feel free to nominate away.

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