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Webby People's Voice Awards -- Only 3 Days Left to Vote!
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In three days, the polls will close on public voting for this year's Webby People's Voice Awards. We were delighted to be nominated for a Webby ("the Oscars of the Internet") in the Best Magazine category. As some of you may remember, we were nominated in 2005 for Best Blog.

We've continued to blog the most interesting stories we find about worldchanging solutions, but we've also come to realize that the best way to bring you the newest, most innovative ideas is to cover them ourselves in interviews, essays, field reports and reviews. Such original work will make up an increasing part of what we do. It's encouraging to know that others have noticed the shift in our approach and like our work. Keep an eye out for some new and exciting changes coming up soon on the editorial front.

It's also an honor to be nominated this year alongside such well-respected online media outfits as Salon, Zink, Nerve and MediaStorm.

It's fierce competition for the web's most prestigious award, and we could use your help! Here's how:

1. Cast a vote for Worldchanging today!: At the Webby People's Voice page, you can voice your own opinion about who's the best on the Net. It's a quick process, it's a worldwide democratic web; please take a minute to vote! Each one counts.

2. Email your friends: Take an extra minute to forward a link to this post, or write your own personal email, encouraging your networks to use their voices and their votes to support the cause.

3. Donate: Worldchanging is a 501(c)3 enterprise and every penny counts in making our work possible. As always, we welcome donations large and small. Click here to make a secure, tax-deductible donation online.

Please consider supporting us in any or all of these three ways today!

Thanks for reading and being part of the Worldchanging community.

--The Worldchanging Team

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We deleted five negative anonymous comments posted under different names but obviously by the same person (the same IP address, etc.).

We're happy to engage in honest discussion of our direction, but sockpuppet arguments violate the spirit of our comments area.

Posted by: Alex Steffen on 12 Apr 07



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