The nominations for Gullbloggen are out, and now the final decisions are up to you. One IP, one vote.

Politics:
VamPus Verden
Dagens Onde Kvinner
Bj¯rn StÊrk blog

Technology:
Jo Christian Oterhals’ s¯keblogg
eirikso
Tversover

Under 20:
BÊrturen
Grumsy One:42
Morgenutgaven

Open class:
Hjorthen uttaler seg om ting han ikke har greie pÂ
Oslo Foodie
tenke.no

It was really hard selecting just three blogs from each category. There are lots and lots of great blogs out there – and there are lots and lots of blogs that would be great for people interested in a particular topic. I tagged some of my other favourites over at del.icio.us, if you want to see.

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