It's a relief to know that (sometimes) there's more to awards ceremonies than glitz and revenue-driven one-upmanship.
The good people who recently brought us cyberpunk legend and net activist Bruce Sterling uncut in a pub in Belgravia (with podcast) are also running an awards event which you can nominate in – but this Wednesday 31st May is the deadline for nominations!
I'm talking about the New Statesman New Media Awards, and if you're quick you could still nip in there and make a nomination.
Innovation, usability & efficiency
According to their site:
"The theme of this year's awards is The Power of Ideas – with a special emphasis on innovation, usability and efficiency. New media can have a positive effect by pushing boundaries and making information widely accessible.
"We are seeking nominations for any UK digital, web or mobile technology project that is creating positive change. It’s free to nominate and you can nominate as many projects as you like! Simply fill out our short, online nomination form."
"The New Media Awards celebrate those UK new media projects that benefit society, government or democracy."
The nominations so far are pretty interesting, but maybe you have something to add…