and Macworld.com have been nominated for seven Maggie awards, the most the magazine has ever been nominated for. The Maggies are awarded annually by the Western Publications Association, a 44-year-old organization which honors excellence in magazines published in the western United States.
The Maggie categories in which
and Macworld.com were nominated are:
Best How-To Article/Consumer, for
by Jonathan Seff & Kristina DeNike
Best Signed Editorial or Profile/Consumer, for The Desktop Critic –
Steven Saves the Mac
by David Pogue
Best Regularly Featured Department, Section or Column/Consumer,
The Vision Thing
by Andrew Gore
Best Single Editorial Illustration/Consumer, for “On The Trail of Mac OS 8.5 ” (March 1999)
Best Single Editorial Photograph/Consumer, for
The Web Traveler’s Companion
“To receive even one nomination from the WPA would be an honor,” said Macworld Editor in Chief Andrew Gore. “To receive seven, in such a wide array of categories, was far beyond our highest expectations. I am extremely proud to lead such a gifted team that consistently produces top-quality content.”
Winners will be announced at a ceremony to be held in Los Angeles on April 14.