Jewish & Israeli Blog Awards

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7 Responses

  1. Tovya says:

    How can you, in good conscience, ask us to vote for you for best designed blog? What makes cross currents “best designed?” Or is it that important that we win an award that we clearly do not deserve?

  2. Yaakov Menken says:

    Tovya, chabibi, how do you know we don’t deserve it? We were nominated, and according to the discussion about having a new graphic recently, there are those who genuinely feel it to be true.

    Nonetheless, I think all of us are more interested in any of the other three categories.

  3. Lauren says:

    How could anyone question this blog is not the best blog? This is a beautiful, well constructed, easy to navigate,
    filled with meaty content, and kosher meat at that!
    What’s not to like?

  4. Peter S. says:

    The blog is excellent and in my opinion , one of the best.

  5. critilo says:

    I am just curious if it is possible to become a, hm, call it Zionist nominee — I have a blog ( but I am neither Jewish nor Israeli.

  6. 4jkb4ia says:

    The wingnuttery has definitely been toned down over the last week 🙂

    Go Gil!

  1. February 1, 2006

    […] The voting for this year’s Jewish and Israeli Blog Awards is almost done – and it’s down to the wire in several categories. Cross-Currents and its visually lavish and daringly designed Torah blog is leading narrowly in the Best Designed Blog category, beating out the comparitively ho hum Jewschool and the yawn-inducing, well… us. The faithful seem to have heeded the call: If we aim to be the place you go to find a well-articulated Torah perspective on the issues of the day, we need to be “known.” That is why the “Blog Awards” contest is so important—not for our egos, but for our goal of becoming an important outlet for Torah thought to the world. Please help, by voting! […]

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