OneWebDay changes all of that. For the last three 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 34 different cities across the world.
OneWebDay leaders seek to build an organization that looks, feels, and works like the Web ? a diverse, decentralized engine of human creativity that delivers value by pushing power to the edges of its network of organizers and partners.