We’ve Been Nominated for a Webby!

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It’s that time of year again – the nominees for the 13th Annual Webby Awards have been announced, and Blurb is honored to be in the running again in 2009!

We were excited and humbled to win a coveted Webby Award last year, and we think Webby Number One would look that much better with another by its side. So help us out by voting for Blurb to win a People’s Voice award here! (We’re under Services & Applications)

A little competition amongst friends is always fun – watch out Animoto! – and it’s great to see some friendly faces among the nominees. We won’t divulge everyone we’re voting for, but we think the folks at TED, Flock, MOO, 5 Meetings Before Lunch, and Flickr are all top contenders in their categories. Happy voting!

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  1. Oh wow, going against the likes of TED? That’s scary. TED is like a collection of the world’s smartest and most inspiring and innovative people. Eep!

      April 21, 2009 – 2:33 am   Permalink
  2. Message addressed to Natalie :

    still browsing through your posts.. great thing keeping up to date this community. Still haven’t found a way to contact any admin/author on Blurb !

    I was checking on the categories for the published books, and none fit to the one i am writing at the present time, should be in philosophy rather than prose.. Maybe a bigger diversity for categories might be considered.

    On another hand checking on what Blurb has to present for its clients.. a Booksmart to PDF might be awesome too ! as we the authors of our own books would like to keep a portable format on ebook readers or just on our hard drives / especially knowing that not everyone is familiar with Adobe products for designing.. or exporting book into PDF format.

    Thank you for reading this.
    hoping these points will be taken in consideration.
    Great news to hear about this nomination !

      July 10, 2009 – 9:31 am   Permalink

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