19 February 2007, 03:10 by mark hoekstra

...and then, nominated for a Dutch Bloggie?!?

...it seems that geektechnique is nominated for a Dutch Bloggie 2007!

woohoo! *^_^*

This site is nominated in the category ‘best personal weblog’. Somehow I always thought it was quite funny (and I could see the advantage that this wasn’t considered a Dutch blog, although, that might’ve been just me trying to come up with an explanation) that this page was never counted in any list of Dutch blogs/pages (there are probably a gazillion of those lists) while I was quite sure that it should’ve been in there sometimes, all depending of course what you are looking for and/or depending on what is listed. Any how, I guess that is all history now, because this site now is nominated :D

click to go to corresponding page on dutchbloggies.nl

I’m not sure when this happened, according to my stats, some members of the jury already visited this page to rate it

...and it doesn’t seem they click any further than the frontpage (yeah I know, statistics are suckers ^_^)

So, if you’re a member of the Dutch Bloggies Jury and you want to know a little more about what this page is all about (cause really, only looking at the frontpage doesn’t do anyone justice I guess) try my projects-page or if you’re in a hurry just my two latest projects:


click to go to the projectpage

Oh, they seem to like it in China, do they have these awards over there also? ^_^


DIY obsolete iBook logic-board repair

click to go to the projectpage

...or just wander around… (on the top right you’ll find the navigation of this site…) ^_^

...and for everybody else, there’s no way to vote at this point, so I’m not asking you either (now that’s convenient, isn’t it?) just wish me good luck on this one. All right?

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  1. Han @ 19 February 2007, 14:27 :

    congrats. :D
    See if you can get nominated in the bloggies for every country!

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