Blogisattva Awards 2010 Winners Announced!

Head on over to blogisattva.org to see if the blogger you nominated made it to the end.

I want to take this time to thank Kyle, Anoki and ALL of the judges for their hard word and for helping to re-invent the Blogisattva Awards. A big thanks to Tom Armstrong for allowing us to bring back the Blogisattvas with his blessing.

Congratulations to all of the nominees and the “winners”. The buddho-blogosphere is a tight knit community and I am excited to share this space with you all. All the best to everyone of you, keep up the hard work. This path is not an easy one, but with the support of those we are contact with, our online sangha, it is a bit easier.

Blogisattva Awards Reminder and an Interview re: The Blogisattvas

First and foremost, in less than a week nominations close for the Blogisattva Awards. Make sure to drop by the website and nominate your favorite blogger.

Recently, I was asked by Emily Breder of the Peace Ground Zero blog and a columnist for the Examiner, to answer some questions regarding the Blogisattvas. You can find the interview HERE! I hope you enjoy it, as much as I enjoyed answering. Thank you Emily for writing this up and helping us promote the Blogisattvas.

2008 Blogisattva Award Nominees Announced

I am honored, and humbled to announce that Precious Metal has been nominated for a Blogisattva Award. What is a Blogisattva you say? The site defines them as…

Blogisattva: a portmanteau combining the English word for ‘blog’ [which is ‘blog’] with the Sanscrit word for ‘being’ [which is ‘sattva’]. The letter ‘i’ is used as caulk to hold the word-tiles together. Thus, Blogisattva means BLOG BEING.

Precious Metal was nominated in the category of “Best Achievement in Wide Range of Topic Interests Blogging”. You can see the whole list of categories and nominees at: 2008 Blogisattva Awards Nominees Announed