Bloggers’ Choice Award Voting for the 2008 Philippine Blog Awards

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Voting for the Bloggers’ Choice Award is now open. It is the highlight of the 2008 Philippine Blog Awards.

*Sigh* it is so hard to choose. I have so many friends in the list. It’s a good thing I am automatically disqualified to vote because I am in the committee of the 2008 Philippine Blog Awards. But for all you bloggers, please choose among the list of 47 nominees.

Vote now for your Bloggers’ Choice Award.

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