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Passport wins ‘Best of the Web’ award

I’m very pleased to announce that Passport has won Media Industry Newsletter’s (min) “Best of the Web” award for 2008 in the blog category. It’s a great honor to have competed against quality offerings like New York magazine’s Vulture, Entertainment Weekly’s PopWatch, PC Magazine’s GoodCleanTech, Variety’s Scribe Vibe, and Bravo TV’s expansive roster of blogs. ...

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I'm very pleased to announce that Passport has won Media Industry Newsletter's (min) "Best of the Web" award for 2008 in the blog category. It's a great honor to have competed against quality offerings like New York magazine’s Vulture, Entertainment Weekly’s PopWatch, PC Magazine’s GoodCleanTech, Variety’s Scribe Vibe, and Bravo TV’s expansive roster of blogs. (For more details on the award, check out our press release.)

When FP first launched the blog in April 2006, we had little inkling Passport would become the phenomenon it is today. For that, we have you, our loyal readers, to thank, as well as the many contributors who have written here or ensured that everything runs smoothly behind the scenes.

And now I have a task for you, dear readers: What should we do differently in the coming year ahead to stay fresh? Longer posts? Shorter posts? More posts? Fewer posts? More open threads? More interviews and guest posts? More coverage of international sex scandals? What editorial features would you like to see added, changed, or dropped? What topics do you think we should cover more/less?

I’m very pleased to announce that Passport has won Media Industry Newsletter’s (min) “Best of the Web” award for 2008 in the blog category. It’s a great honor to have competed against quality offerings like New York magazine’s Vulture, Entertainment Weekly’s PopWatch, PC Magazine’s GoodCleanTech, Variety’s Scribe Vibe, and Bravo TV’s expansive roster of blogs. (For more details on the award, check out our press release.)

When FP first launched the blog in April 2006, we had little inkling Passport would become the phenomenon it is today. For that, we have you, our loyal readers, to thank, as well as the many contributors who have written here or ensured that everything runs smoothly behind the scenes.

And now I have a task for you, dear readers: What should we do differently in the coming year ahead to stay fresh? Longer posts? Shorter posts? More posts? Fewer posts? More open threads? More interviews and guest posts? More coverage of international sex scandals? What editorial features would you like to see added, changed, or dropped? What topics do you think we should cover more/less?

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