Shorty Awards: Honoring The Best People and Organizations on Twitter

by Satish Talim on January 6, 2010

“Hollywood has the Oscars. Broadway has the Tonys. Now Twitter has the…Shorty Awards” – The New York Times

The second annual Shorty Awards nomination process has begun! In January 2010, the community is invited to nominate Twitter users for excellence over the past year. The awards recognize each content creator’s entire body of work, not just an individual tweet. Nominations are made by sending a tweet, whether it’s through this site or on Twitter.

Shorty Awards In February 2010, the nominees will be narrowed down to five finalists in each category. Winners will be determined by a combination of popular vote and by the members of the new Real-Time Academy of Short Form Arts & Sciences. An awards ceremony, complete with 140-character acceptance speeches, will be held in March 2010 in New York City.

The Shorty Awards are a worldwide effort to engage hundreds of thousands of Twitter users to identify the best people and organizations on Twitter.

Shameless Plug: If you feel that RubyLearning is helping in spreading the knowledge of Ruby programming world-wide, then please do vote for @IndianGuru in #education at the Shorty Awards 2009. Every vote counts. We had won this category in 2008.

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