Susan Crawford starts One Web Day. What’s important about this is that we need to maintain ownership of our world online; it is our home.
It’s about action. We’ll be encouraging global efforts to wire villages, connect schools, put up more hotspots, build collective online artworks, write and perform collective online music, show “days on the web,” and many other barn-raising and creative and connecting projects. We will have a major offline component, with people telling stories about how the web has changed their lives, and showing each other special OneWebDay artifacts. There’s no limit to what will happen on OneWebDay every year.