Posted on July 31, 2011
Posted by John Scalzi
It is today. You have until midnight, Pacific Time. You have to be a member of Renovation, this year’s WorldCon. You’ll have to vote online. Get to it, people.
I voted last night. Or it might have been this morning sometime after 12:01am and before 1:35am.
I also voted last night.
I have been a Supporting Member ever since you organized the first voting packet. I know you’ve got quite a few of them at this point, but that is a fine legacy for you to have.
Have you considered Hugo Voting ponies?
Ballot in. Boy, the short story category was a tough pick this year…
#2: Since the Hugos are all about SF/F, what about either robotic ponies for the SF fans, or unicorns for the F fans?
Voted! *smug face*
My ballot has been submitted. Looking forward to learning the results at Renovation!
Submitted mine back on July 3rd. :)
[Deleted for having nothing at all to do with this thread whatsoever — JS]
I voted yesterday, at least for the categories I’d succeeded in reading/watching. Next year I’m going to have to start way way earlier.
Voted! And am finally getting myself an eReader at least partly because I kept thinking “boy, this would be easier if I didn’t have to sit at the computer” … so next year I expect to have my ballot in crazy early for a change, like a whole 48 hours before deadline!
Voted, thanks to this reminder.
#3 – What was your thought process on the short story voting, if you don’t mind sharing. I was torn between two at the top. The rest then fell into place for me pretty easy.
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