Friday, April 14, 2006

Second to Last Day 

Over 50 Locus Poll ballots received today! It's possible some of them were paper ballots received by the Locus office in Oakland and then keyed into the online form -- they tend to do so every week or two, in batch mode -- but even so, it means that over 1000 ballots have been submitted so far, and even when the duplicates (some deliberate, some due to e-mail downloading glitches) and invalid ballots (we keep telling you not to vote for the same item more than once in the same category...) are eliminated, it's very likely we will exceed last year's total of 911 valid ballots after all.

Check the site later this evening for some awards news...
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