Science@NASA nominated for a 1999 Webby Award
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The Oscars of the Internet
Jan. 19, 1999:
The San Francisco Chronicle called them the "Oscars of the
Internet." They are coveted by webmasters everywhere. In
March 1999, celebrities from around the globe will descend on
San Francisco to see them. What are they?
Science@NASA joins 4 other web sites as nominees
for the Internet's most prestigious science award
They're the Webby Awards. Sponsored by the the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences (IADAS), the Webbies recognise the best sites on the Internet for their creativity and innovation. The nominees for this year's Webby Awards were unveiled on Jan. 7, 1999 in twenty-two categories ranging from Art to Weird.
This year's Science category includes the Marshall Space Flight Center's NASA Science News web site, Science@NASA.
December 3: Mars Polar Lander nears touchdown
December 2: What next, Leonids?
November 30: Polar Lander Mission Overview
November 30: Learning how to make a clean sweep in space
The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences invites you to make your own selections for the best sites on the Internet. To cast your vote for the "People's Voice" award, click here.
The Webby Award ceremony will take place Mar. 13, 1999 in San Francisco. Ms. Linda Porter and Dr. Tony Phillips will attend as representatives of the Science@NASA web team. External Web Links
The Webby Awards - from the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences
the nominees are...
-- Jan. 7, 1999 CNN story on the Webby Awards
Best of the Web: The 1998 Webby Award Winners -- from PC World Magazine
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