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IT Blog Awards 2010: IT Twitter User of the Year

IT Blog Awards 2010: IT Twitter User of the Year

This year, we are introducing an award for the IT Twitter user of the year. If you have found yourself following every word of someone’s feed for industry tips, submit their @ name as your nomination for this category. Get your badge now.

Here are last year's shortlisted blogs:

 Copy the code below and put it in your site for your shortlist badge:

Badge of honour

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About the Computer Weekly IT Blog Awards 2010

Computer Weekly’s search for the best blogs in IT is now in its third year, and this year’s competition, brought to you in association with IBM, promises to be bigger and better than before. The Awards will reward the best comment and insight that the UK’s IT industry has to offer at an awards ceremony on 18 November at the Delfina.

We want to know who you think are the best bloggers and Twitter users in the UK IT industry, so to kick off the Awards we're asking IT professionals to submit their nominations to us. The nominated blogs will be listed on this site, and from all the nominations received we will draw up a shortlist for each category which will then be put back to the public vote.

Eligibility 

  • Blogs and Twitter accounts do not need to originate in the UK, but they must contain some coverage of the UK IT industry. The only exception to this rule is the Best international category. 
  • Self-nominations are permitted, but the winners will be decided by a public vote.

>> Blog Awards 2010


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This was first published in October 2010

 

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