Today is onewebday. 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. Read more about it here.
On OneWebDay, take one web-related action that helps someone else, such as:
- teach someone to use an application (blog, wiki, Flickr) that is new to them
- start a group blog about an issue you care about
- help a grandparent get in touch with a grandchild online
- help a young student find a new educational resource online
- start a story online that other people add to
- go to a local senior center and volunteer to help people get online
- go to a local school and volunteer to help get better equipment in place
- talk to your town about getting free wireless access in place
- post a tribute to a friend online – interview him/her about his/her life
- have a contest with a friend to collect and display the five most amazing things you can find online
- go to a public wireless place and strike up a conversation about the web with someone near you
- send a recipe to a friend and then make dinner together
For more ideas visit the OneWebDay Wiki.