The voting has closed, and less than a handful of votes separated the top two in our Best Of The Best category for the Lifehacker Awards 2010. When the virtual dust settled, however, there could only be one winner. And that winner is . . .
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As voting in our Best Of The Best awards nears its Monday finish, it remains too close to call. It looks like this will go down to the wire, so cast your vote if you haven't already.
Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
Voting in our Best Of The Best awards continues until Monday, and right now there are literally two votes separating the top two. It looks like this will go down to the wire, so cast your vote if you haven't already.
And so we come to the final category in the Lifehacker 2010 awards: mobile broadband. What's our favourite way to stay connected on the move?
We obviously love web apps; a web browser won our Best Desktop App award. But what's the web app that we most want to run inside our browser?
The first category winner for our Lifehacker 2010 awards is announced Monday, but you can vote in all five categories up until then. Here's some quick links to get you there if you haven't already voted.
We've trimmed our list of nominations. Now it's time to cast your vote for the best web app of 2010.
We've culled the potential nominees to a shortlist of five in each category. Now it's time to cast your vote for the best mobile app of 2010.
We've narrowed down the contenders for the Lifehacker awards to a shortlist of five in each category. Now it's time to cast your vote for the best desktop app of 2010.
It's still not too late to submit your thoughts for nominees in our Lifehacker Best Of The Year awards, but the actual voting will begin next Monday. Here's how the process will work.
We've said this several times this week, so we'll be brief: we're still welcoming nominations in the five categories for the Lifehacker Best Of The Year awards until the end of the week. If you haven't already shared, don't miss your chance.
There have been lots of suggested nominations for the Lifehacker Best Of The Year awards, and we'd welcome lots more. At the end of this week, I'll assemble together a shortlist of five in each category, and voting will begin next week. But remember: it's not likely to get on the shortlist if it hasn't been nominated, so tell us your favouites. Picture by Michael Ruiz