I love a good celebration, especially for things we so easily take for granted because they surround our life so completely.
What will you do to celebrate?
I plan to email and blog my gratitude for the internet. And then spend the following day fasting from the internet to remind me how lucky I am to have it. (And I will then, finally, get my place clean too!)
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 – itâ€™s 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 weâ€™ll be able to see our connection to it more clearly.
OneWebDay is September 22 every year, starting in 2006.