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Vote Early and Often:

Voting for the 2007 Weblog Awards is open. The Conspiracy was nominated for "Best Law Blog." Under the rules, you are allowed to vote once for each category every 24 hours, so you can vote again if you have not yet voted today. I am not saying you should necessarily vote for the VC. Other deserving blogs were nominated too. Of course, if you'd like to vote for the VC, don't let me stop you. However you vote, I recommend checking out the finalists for other categories as well. You might find some new blogs to visit. I did.

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Glenn W. Bowen (mail):
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I am not saying you should necessarily vote for the VC. Other deserving blogs were nominated too
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*snicker*...
11.4.2007 5:35pm
taney71:
What do you guys get if you win?
11.4.2007 5:45pm
Hay__:
Ouch, Above-the-law is now winning, you all can't let that happen!
11.5.2007 9:06am
Dave N (mail):
Ouch, Above-the-law is now winning, you all can't let that happen!
Vote early and vote often, the VC was way up on Friday. An award won't change reality because the VC beats Above the Law hands down.
11.5.2007 2:48pm
TyrantLimaBean:
VC to 190!
11.5.2007 3:23pm
Maureen001 (mail):
A mere 148 votes separates VC from first place right now...
11.5.2007 3:37pm
Guest101:
It will not say anything good about the legal profession if Above the Law wins-- though given the unassailable fact that many lawyer stereotypes are well-grounded in reality, I've a feeling that it might.

In any case, VC has my vote.
11.5.2007 3:41pm
Frequent Reader:
The VC is definitely the best law blog regardless of whether it wins the award. But we should still vote so that the VC gets the recognition it deserves!
11.5.2007 3:55pm
Mary Katherine Day-Petrano (mail):
I voted. VC needs to do something to remind VC supporters everytime 24 hrs is up so they can vote again, transmit a ringing sound to voters' computers or something.
11.5.2007 5:28pm
Maureen001 (mail):
Mary Katherine, are you unaware of when 24 hours have passed???
11.5.2007 5:46pm
Dave N (mail):
As of 5:42 EST, the VC is down by 120 votes. And here is a suggestion--since multiple votes are allowed, vote at home and vote at work. I did.
11.5.2007 5:47pm
rlb:
You can vote more than once, but only every 24 hours. Has it been 24 hours yet-- no? Why, gosh, the page doesn't say where the 24 hour mark is... so let me click reload every five minutes!

Things like this still piss me off even after all these years online. Maybe I just need to relax.
11.5.2007 5:50pm
Dave N (mail):
Down by 163--Cast your votes.
11.5.2007 10:01pm
One of the less deserving blogs:
So, if you're not a law professor, then you're not "deserving"? What a crock!
11.5.2007 10:20pm
geesh (mail):
Um, what exactly is the point of winning an award in a contest where people can vote multiple times? Isn't that a bit ridiculous? Why give it any credibility at all by promoting it?
11.6.2007 1:22pm