Tablet Wins Digital ASME
‘The Scroll’ named best blog
We just received the exciting news from our editors attending the Digital American Society of Magazine Editors awards ceremony that ‘The Scroll’ has won the 2011 National Magazine Award for Best Blogging!
Below the jump, find links to all Scroll blogposts that were submitted for consideration by the ASME judges.
Also nominated was blogging done by IEEE Spectrum, Sunset, Glenn Greenwald for Salon, and Joe Posnanski for Sports Illustrated.
Now please excuse us while we celebrate …
Here are the blogposts we submitted:
Murder in Dubai
It Oughta Be Kosher
The Great Orthodox Merengue Scandal
Postcards From Berlin
Beinart Speaks to Tablet
Israel Bites the Bait
Boca Survivors to Get More Reparations
Your Jewish Fall Fiction Preview
ADL Comes Out Against Ground Zero Center
The Top Ten Jewish-American Athletes
A Quibble With a Magnificent Novel
‘ANTM’ Contestant to Forgo Observance
Jews in the Senior Chamber
Settlement Kerfuffle Follows the Script
Fire Abe Foxman?
Hot Wives Break Up With Prominent Nebbishes
Iran Is Better-Armed Than We Thought
Take the Philip Roth Quiz!
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