I'm happy to announce that Cemetech has won two Program of the Year (POTY) awards in the annual ticalc.org contest to determine the year's most outstanding new calculator program releases. This year, several Cemetech programs were in the running, such as Benumbered 2.0 from user Cerzus69, and the Gossamer calculator web browser, the networked scorched-earth game Obliterate (now with a Prizm port), and globalCALCnet, all by Cemetech administrator and yours truly, Kerm Martian. I'm very happy to report that as shown on the POTY Winners 2011 page at ticalc.org, Gossamer won in the TI-83+/84+ category and globalCALCnet won in the PC category. Although the illustrious Doors CS was a competitor in the 2010 ticalc.org POTY, it unfortunately got outvoted by the Axe Parser, so this year marks Cemetech's first big POTY win along with the first double-win by an author in POTY history. I'm interested to note, as discussed by other Cemetech members, that though I was essentially competing against myself with Obliterate and Gossamer, than Gossamer was the natural winner, with 12 votes to Obliterate's 8 votes. Congratulations to all the winners around the community, great job even to those worthy contestants who did not win, and let's see even more Cemetech representation in next year's POTY!