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September 18, 2006



The Web is worth celebrating

OneWebDay is one day a year when we all - everyone around the physical globe - can celebrate the Web and what it means to us as individuals, organizations, and communities.

As with Earth Day - an inspiration and model for OneWebDay - its up to the celebrants to decide how to celebrate. We encourage all celebrations! Collaboration, connection, creativity, freedom. By the end of the day, the Web should be just a little bit better than it was before, and well be able to see our connection to it more clearly. OneWebDay is September 22 every year, starting in 2006. If you write about OneWebDay or take a picture related to OneWebDay, tag it onewebday and it will show up on this site.

If youre interested in being part of a project to celebrate the net on OneWebday, go to the ProjectWiki. If youd like to coordinate a project, let us know and well help find people for you to work with. If youd like to sponsor a project, by providing computing resources or money, go here and let us know. This site is serving as a clearinghouse for projects, helping to match people to ideas (and ideas to people). [via Random]

Posted by jo at September 18, 2006 09:25 AM