Here at Zath we pride ourselves on bringing our readers high quality technology and gadget related content on a daily basis, it’s always good to get feedback from people on what they think and especially when that takes the form of an award nomination. So having said that, I’m pleased to announce that Zath has been shortlisted for Computer Weekly’s IT Blog Awards 2010 under their Gadgets category!
You may remember that Zath was also nominated for a Computer Weekly IT Blog Awards in 2009, unfortunately on that occasion we didn’t quite make it through to the shortlisted section where the public get to vote for their favourite that they want to win. However this year we have, you’ve got a chance to vote for Zath, so we’re definitely in with a chance of winning this time round.
Therefore if would be great and much appreciated if you’re a fan of Zath and what we do here if you could take the short amount of time out of your day to vote for us over on the Computer Weekly website.
To vote for Zath as your favourite gadget blog of the year, all you need to do is head on over to the Computer Weekly IT Blog Awards 2010 page and complete a simple 3 step process…
1. Click the dropdown menu for the “Gadgets” category,
2. Select “Zath” as your vote for the “Gadgets” category,
3. You can also vote for other categories while you’re there or simply click “Done” button straight after voting for Zath.
Thanks in advance for your votes, it’s much appreciated! 🙂
In addition to the formal awards themselves, Computer Weekly have also organised a charity competition award whereby people can donate to a worthy cause in the form of Computer Aid International and the specific project being supported is Computers for Schools Kenya. It’s a worthwhile cause so if you would like to support it, then head on over to the JustGiving webpage to make a donation.
Simon Barker is the founder and editor of Zath and has over 25 years’ worth of experience of using computers and technology in general. He can normally be found researching or testing the latest in technology products.
He has provided IT consultancy services to both home and small business users for over 15 years, building PCs, fixing hardware/software problems and providing comprehensive training.
Simon always likes to get the best out of the technology products he is using, by both making informed purchasing decisions and also optimising how they are used to get the most benefits possible.