The British have done well at this year's web equivalent to the Oscars, the Bloggies.
UK bloggers picked up wins in the Best European Weblog, Best British or Irish Weblog, Best-Designed Weblog and Best Tagline of a Weblog.
The US blog where readers send in their darkest secrets, PostSecret, was the overall winner with four awards: Weblog of the Year, Best American Weblog, Best Topical Weblog and Best Community Weblog.
"Did I deserve it? Absolutely. Do I want to thank my parents? No, they did nothing towards this blog. Nothing," wrote John, a 33 year-old web developer who writes the Joshuaink blog, which won Best-Designed Weblog and Best Tagline of a Weblog ('more love than a bus full of hippies').
"So thank you to all the lovely people who voted for me, you can each send me $1 for the increased bandwidth bill.
"All of the above may or may not be a joke, if you don't think it's funny, keep in mind I wasn't even nominated for Most Humorous Weblog, though clearly I should have been."
Meanwhile sex sells for the winner of the Best British or Irish Weblog, Girl with a One Track Mind. The anonymous female author works for a film company in the UK and has an occasional fondness for rubber clothing.
It was second time around for the British winner in the Best European Weblog. The award-winning blog, entitled My Boyfriend is a Twat, is written by a British woman living in Belgium.
"I need to buy a new tiara," said the author in an audio stream on her blog. "These are the first things I've won in my life, apart from a writing cup when I was nine. That was for neat writing; things have changed."
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