It’s been a big year for the Oscars, and the awards are a great time to reflect on the best websites of the year.
In the past, we’ve been examining the most popular and most well-known websites of 2014, but that’s no longer the case.
Here are some things to consider as you go through this year’s awards, and what to keep in mind.1.
Who are the most famous websites of this year?1.1 The most well known website category has become the Oscars category in the past year.
While it’s important to recognize the people behind the websites, it’s more important to think about the people who made them what they are today.
We’ve written extensively about how websites like CNN, the Huffington Post, and Wikipedia have influenced our lives, but we think it’s equally important to understand how these sites were born.2.1 Here are the websites that have been nominated for the Oscar, in alphabetical order:1.
The Huffington Post6.
The New York Times15.
The Wall Street Journal17.
Huffington Post 18.
The Hollywood Reporter20.
The Washington Post23.
The Daily Beast26.
New York Post27.
The Hill 31.
The LA Times33.