Facebook Awards: Best of the West Nominees


Sunday, January 6th, 2008 — 10:45pm PST
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This past fall, I was the official live blogger for Vancouver’s first Facebook Developer (and Design) Garage and I’ll be back again for an upcoming event later this month which will feature the Facebook Awards.

The first ever Facebook Awards: Best of the West, brought to us by some great sponsors, will feature applications that were created right here in BC.

As the Best of the West event is fast-approaching here’s a quick round up of all the nominees.

  • Are You Normal? by Kinzin
  • Hockey Pool by Ben Nevile
  • Green Gifts by Social Signal
  • Scratch and Win by Backstage Technologies
  • Up4 by Active State
  • Music Gifts by Digital Kiosk Technologies
  • Funny Jokes by Geoff Peters
  • My Food Fix by Matthew Chiu
  • BC Event by Ahmad Wasfi
  • Zoykes! by Zyokes!
  • I’m Reading by Garth Shoemaker
  • Coffee Shop by Danny Wood, Liam Bath and Kirill Zdornyy
  • My Bus by Handi Mobility
  • Class Talk by Arash Sanieyan (Peer Globe)
  • Mixx Maker by Project Opus
  • If you’re a fan of any of these, leave me a comment or feel free to submit your favourite BC-made application to Best of the West Nominations or add it to The Wall. Stay tuned to the wiki to find out more about the upcoming event January 28, 2008.

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    4 comments

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    3. Jeremy Lim says:

      Am I allowed to vote for myself?

      Looking forward to the upcoming camp this 28th!

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