I didn't vote. My ballot would have shown a dead heat between the very, very serious Carbolic Smoke Blog (which gets a bullet for the name alone) and the literate and witty Tube City Online. But those might be better suited to Pittsburgh Quarterly's hypothetical list of "Best Blogs." Guess that makes me a charter member of the Cupcake Class.
O'heard is nice, but the CP profile of O'heard's author, Chris Griswold, pointed me to something that much, much better: Since late last summer, Chris has spearheaded WikiProject: Pittsburgh. A WikiProject operates within the Wikipedia enterprise. It's a volunteer effort to contribute content to Wikipedia on a specific subject. A WikiProject is member-based, but any Wikipedian can become a member. From the Scope section of WP: Pittsburgh:
This WikiProject aims to coordinate development of and improvements to articles related to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the surrounding metropolitan area in Western Pennsylvania, including Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Washington, and Westmoreland Counties.
This project aims to elevate the Pittsburgh city article to Featured Article status, improve existing Pittsburgh-related articles, and create new articles for Pittsburgh-related subjects that don't have articles yet. We may also seek to create Portal:Pittsburgh.
Tres cool. The image is an icon used to recognize special efforts by an editor to improve the project.