Announcing Best Apps - Winners and Runners Up

Thanks to all that participated, and congratulations to the award winners and runners-up for the first round of app submissions to CivicApps! Thank you also to Microsoft, the Software Association of Oregon, and NedSpace for hosting our CivicApps Awards Ceremony event. Following are the official winners of the first round: ####Most Useful App ($1000 prize award):  — John McBride for myTrimet.com judged most useful and utility to citizens overall.  — Runners Up: Andy Wallace, Max Ogden, Darrick Wong, Nick Jacobsen, Edwin Knuth ####Most Appealing App ($1000 prize award):  — Andy Wallace for PDX Bus judged most appealing in terms of design and usability.  — Runners Up: Gary Kee, John McBride, Max Ogden, Darrick Wong, Edwin Knuth ####Most Original App ($1000 prize award):  — Edwin Knuth for #pdxhash judged best originality, uniqueness and inventive nature.  — Runners Up: Nick Jacobsen, John McBride, Max Ogden, Darrick Wong, Andy Wallace ####Best Use of Data App ($1000 prize award):  — Max Ogden for PDXAPI.com judged best overall utilization of the datasets.  — Runners Up: Nick Jacobsen, John McBride, Edwin Knuth, Darrick Wong, Andy Wallace ####Civic Choice Award ($1000 prize award):  — Gary Kee for Clackamas County Fire/EMS Twitter ####Best of Show Award ($3000 prize award):  — Andy Wallace for PDX Bus judged top overall app. Congratulations to all. Now on to round 2, which concludes October 11th...