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Readers' Choice Awards for Agnosticism / Atheism

The About.com Readers’ Choice Awards will showcase some of the best products, features, and services in multiple categories, from technology to hobbies to parenting. On the Agnosticism / Atheism site, the Readers' Choice Awards are designed to showcase the best resources available out there for agnostics, atheists, freethinkers, secularists, and skeptics.

Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Book of 2011
Which of the books published in 2011 do you think was best? To be eligible, a book had to be first published in 2011, had to be written by someone who identifies as an atheist, agnostic, skeptic, or freethinker, and the subject must be atheism, agnosticism, freethought, religious critique, etc.

Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Podcast of 2011
Which podcasts do you listen to regularly and recommend to others? To be eligible, a podcast must involve at least some people who identify as atheists or agnostics who are doing the speaking and writing, it must have been active for most of 2011, and the topics must generally be issues pertaining to atheism, agnosticism, freethought,...

Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Blog of 2011
Which blogs do you read the most and recommend the most? To be eligible, the blog has to have been around for most of 2011, the blogger must post regularly, the blogger must identify as an atheist, agnostic, skeptic, or freethinker, and the topics of the blog posts must be issues pertaining to atheism, agnosticism, freethought, church/state...

Favorite Agnostic / Atheist to Follow on Twitter of 2011
Which atheists do you think are the best ones to follow? ny person who identifies as an atheist, agnostic, skeptic, or freethinker is eligible if they tweet regularly, were tweeting regularly through most of 2011, and write consistently on issues pertaining to atheism, agnosticism, freethought, church/state separation, etc.

Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Facebook Page of 2011
There are lots of atheists on Facebook and lots of Facebook fan pages. Which do you like the best? Any Facebook fan page or group is eligible so long as it is run by atheists, agnostics, skeptics, and freethinkers and is about atheism, agnosticism, freethought, church/state separation, etc.

Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Community of 2011
Which online community do you think is best for atheists? To be eligible, a site must have been active for most of 2011, still be active now, and be focused on providing a community for atheists, agnostics, skeptics, freethinkers, etc. It can include just about any sort of forum or social networking site. It can't simply be a blog with comments.

Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Website of 2011
Which do you think is the best overall atheist website out there? To be eligible here, the site can't be just a blog, just a forum, just a social networking site, etc. Instead, the website must be of a more general nature, possibly hosting multiple such features. This very website is a good example, though of course it can't be eligible.

Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Ad of 2011
which one was your favorite atheist ad last year? Any print ad that appeared in 2011 is eligible so long as it's possible for readers to see the ad online when it comes time to vote for the winner (and preferably a large image, too, so it's easier to see).

Readers' Choice Awards for Agnosticism / Atheism
The About.com Readers' Choice Awards will showcase some of the best products, features, and services in multiple categories, from technology to hobbies to parenting. On the Agnosticism / Atheism site, the Readers' Choice Awards are designed to showcase the best resources available out there for agnostics, atheists, freethinkers, secularists, and...

Readers' Choice Awards, 2012
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