Last chance to fill in your Mefi March Madness brackets (men's and women's) before the NCAA basketball starts.
This is the third week of results for our Mefites Choice contest.
2. filthy light thief furnishes us with a post covering the history of new wave Sci-Fi writer James Tiptree Jr., and the revelation that eventually came to light about the author.
1. cthuljew's amazing post about the life and death of the Islamic Golden Age from July 30, 762 to February 13, 1258.
Thanks for all the great posts and great voting and prizes offered. We still have two solid weeks of contest left as well as many month-end competitions going. Go vote for your favorites!
Most every December, MetaFilter throws a best post contest and this year is no different: The MeFites Choice Awards.
Week one has passed and the winners have been announced. Here are the top three posts to MetaFilter according to voting members of the site.
A Star Trek video of Picard's crew singing "let it snow" by Gelatin came in second.
And last but not least, the man of twists and turns made a comprehensive post on the state of conspiracy theory culture in America, looking back over 50 years.
We'll continue to post weekly recaps of the winners throughout this month.
We threw a little contest to keep August interesting, giving away some money and prizes to the moderators' favorite posts. There were tons of great stuff to choose from and many are mentioned in the notes for our latest podcast. Check them out and thanks to everyone that participated.