This September 22nd, contribute to the celebrations of the web for OneWebDay! All over the world, people who care about the future of the Web are joining together to organize events and activities in their towns, growing the OWD network from the grassroots up. There’s just 6 days until OWD09; learn how you can join the celebrations!
For the last four years, OneWebDay has attracted a global network of partner organizations and individual activists committed to broadening the public’s awareness of Internet and Web issues while deepening a culture of participation in building a Web that works for everyone. In 2008, OneWebDay organizers documented volunteer-driven events in 34 different cities across the world. In 2009, we’re geared for events in over 50 cities in 20 countries! OneWebDay is all about your passion for the Web and your creativity.
There are many ways you can participate in OWD09 and help celebrate the web. Here are just a few ideas to get you started:
- Participate in Local Events
- Perform an Internet Health Check
- Post Your Own OneWebDay Story
- Youth: Post a Video Response to the OWD Video
- Sign up for a Mozilla Service Week Volunteer Opportunity
- Help Universal Giving Bring the Web to the Developing World
- Post Your Unique Ideas!
- Help OneWebDay grow by spreading the word
Share Your Story
Tell your story about what you do to celebrate OneWebDay or your story about this year’s topic, “one web for everyone.” You can also read the stories from others participating this year. Go ahead, share!