2005 Weblog Award Winners

Based on 444,548 votes cast in all categories over 10 days in early December 2005, here are the winners of the of The 2005 Weblog Awards:

Best Blog Daily Kos
Best New Blog Yellow Dog Blog
Best Group Blog Hit and Run
Best Humor/Comics Blog Jesus' General
Best Liberal Blog AmericaBlog
Best Conservative Blog Ace Of Spades HQ
Best Media/Journalist Blog Michael Yon
Best Technology Blog Engadget
Best Culture/Gossip Blog Oh No They Didn't!
Best Sports Blog Blue Gray Sky
Best Photo Blog zombietime
Best LGBT Blog Pam's House Blend
Best Military Blog Blackfive
Best Blog Design ljc fyi
Best Podcast The MuggleCast
Best Video Blog Crooks and Liars
Best Religious Blog Evangelical Outpost
Best Parenting Blog Dooce
Best Law Blog Law Dork
Best Business Blog The Club For Growth


Best Canadian Blog Small Dead Animals
Best UK Blog normblog
Best European Blog (Non UK) Davids Medienkritik
Best Asian Blog Xiaxue
Best Middle East or Africa Blog Iraq The Model
Best Australia or New Zealand Blog Tim Blair
Best Latino, Caribbean, or South American Blog The Devil's Excrement


Ecosystem Based
Best of the Top 250 Blogs FireDogLake
Best of the Top 251 - 500 Blogs Sadly No
Best of the Top 501 - 1000 Blogs Roger Ailes
Best of the Top 1001 - 1750 Blogs The Rebelution
Best of the Top 1751 - 2500 Blogs Political Theory Daily Review
Best of the Top 2501 - 3500 Blogs Conservative Musings
Best of the Top 3501 - 5000 Blogs Garfield Ridge
Best of the Top 5001 - 6750 Blogs Army of Mom
Best of the Top 6751 - 8750 Blogs lonetreeontheprairie
Best of the Rest of the Blogs (8751+) My Election Analysis

Congratulations to all the winners!!!

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