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May 13, 2009 | by  | in Online Only |
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NetGuide Awards

Drunk with power—and scotch—from our nomination for Best Website in the Qantas Media Awards, Salient has reached the reckoning that with your help we can pull in a few more awards!


The NetGuide awards are your chance to recognise the bestus websites that you use. We’d like to think we have a pretty awesome website. Definitely better than at the very very least.

Salient fits into pretty much every category on the voting list—we’re that diverse. So vote til your wrist develops RSI and the Salient logo is permanently emblazoned onto your retinas.

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The editor of this fine rag for 2009.

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  1. Best Real Estate Site. Go!

  2. Jackson Wood says:

    Hey… we totally have some pretty bodacious online real estate going on right here.

  3. Alternatively, you can vote for me for best blog…

    Yeah, I’m shameless.

  4. goku_karori_28 says:

    heh, get a load of the horsehead NUBula over here, smirk.

    i would almost feel ready to post the link to my blog (or thought kingdom as i and the vegetaites call it) but what’s the use? it’s already broken into the top 500 blogs on renegade anime’s top 500 anime blogs, heh. what do i need netguide for?

    oh yeah… to light my flamethrower… i’m a most excellent flamer

    heh, spam this, netguide.


  5. Adam Goodall says:

    Salient – I recently killed my flatmate and am looking to transfer all their money into my account. I have their password and their account number, but I need to do it in such a way that the authorities don’t pick up on it.

    Seeing as how this site is in the running for Best Financial Site at the NetGuide Awards, can you provide me with financial advice on how to transfer the funds successfully while avoiding detection?

  6. Salient says:

    Salient recommends setting up a series of shell companies—name them something trustworthy, like Enron or AIG—make all the paperwork say your now deceased flatmate was a managing director.

    Funnel the money back into the shell companies all at once. If the authorities find out, claim he was embezzling funds and you’re rightfully reclaiming company assets. Since he’s dead he won’t get into any legal problems.

    Please make a cheque to the value of 10% of your earnings off this business venture out to Salient.

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