The date is finally upon us–tonight we celebrate Seattle’s best and brightest

The date is finally upon us–tonight we celebrate Seattle’s best and brightest in the online universe. For the past few months we’ve been collecting nominees from our readers and tabulating the results to identify your favorite Seattle-based websites, blogs, Facebook pages, Twitter feeds, and mobile apps in arts, food/booze, sports/fitness, music, nonprofits, and news. We announced the winners from these categories on June 1. Tonight we’ll celebrate these deserving folks and also announce the winners of one final category . . . your “Readers’ Choice”.The Readers’ Choice finalists are:SEATTLE’S FAVORITE MOBILE APP- Seattle Crime- One Bus Away- WSDOTSEATTLE’S FAVORITE MEME- LOLcats- The Oatmeal- Play My Birthday Billy IdolSEATTLE’S SEXIEST GEEK- Ryan Hodgson, Team Up 4 Non-Profits- Scott Heimendinger, The Seattle Food Geek- Matthew Inman, The OatmealSEATTLE’S FAVORITE ONLINE TIME WASTER- Icanhascheezburger- PopCap games- The OatmealSEATTLE’S MOST SHAMELESS SELF-PROMOTER- Jen Joyce- Ben Huh (Winner of the 2010 Seattle Web Award in this category!)- the City of RentonWILD CARD(***the “Wild Card” winner not only gets an award, but also a year’s supply of tasty Popchips! Yum!)- Mollie in Seattle- Hotel Max- SonicsgateThe fact that the votes are already in hasn’t hampered the enthusiasm of some nominees–making us even more excited for tonight’s happenings. Everyone keep an eye out–there might be an LOLcatfight!@brainlootMEOW!Follow The Daily Weekly on Facebook and Twitter.

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