Mick will probably have something to say about this tomorrow but, as the top ten [from 25] will be selected in an online public vote, and given that we’re up against some possibly more widely known websites [The White House?! – Ed] And Twitter. And Peter Greenberger of Google. Congratulations to Mick for Slugger’s appearance, for the second time, amongst the great and good finalists of the PoliticsOnline and the World e-Democracy Forum annual list for nominations of the Top 10 Who Are Changing the World of Internet and Politics . Now get over there and vote! Here’s Mick’s pitch for votes in 2006.