Welcome to the Winners’ Circle: Meet the 2010 Black Weblog Award Winners

After months of campaigning and voting, the winners of the 2010 Black Weblog Awards were announced yesterday. Approximately 27,000 people made their voices heard and when the votes were counted it was still a close race. In many cases, the popular vote and the judges didn’t see eye-to-eye. However, there were a few categories were the choices were unanimous. Some of our favorite blogs were inducted into the BWA Hall of Fame after obtaining their third win.In a BWA first, there was a tie in one of the categories, which means for the first time ever, there are two winners for a single category.

So without further ado, here are a few of your winners.

Best Business Blog

Popular Vote: Young, Fabulous & Self-Employed
Judges’ Vote: kiss my black ads

Best New Blog

Popular Vote: The Dithering of a District Diva
Judges’ Vote: The Dithering of a District Diva

Best Writing in a Blog

Popular Vote: Until I Get Married
Judges’ Vote: Uptown Notes

Blog of the Year

Popular Vote: Miss Jia
Judges’ Vote: O Hell Nawl

Blog to Watch

Popular Vote: Angry Black Lady Chronicles
Judges’ Vote: The Gentlemen’s Standard

The winner of the coveted Aaron Hawkins Award was none other than Earl Dunovant of Prometheus6.

To see the full list of winners, please click here.

Editors’ Note: The staff of Black Web 2.0 would like to extend our congratulations to all the nominees and winners of this years award. We would also like to send a special thank you to everyone who voted for us in theBest Science of Technology Blog” category. All our accomplishments would be nothing without you our readers. We are honored and humbled by our win and remain committed to bringing you the best of blacks in technology.

Again to all the nominees and winners, congratulations and keep up the phenomenal work and let’s make next year’s awards bigger and better.

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