Help two Drupal sites win a Webby Award

The Webby Awards is running for the 12th year in a row.

This year, there are Drupal sites alrealy in the nominee list, and we need your help having them win.

In the Podcasts category, we have humor as news site: The Onion, a convert to Drupal from years ago. The site is currently in the lead in its category. The other sites in this category are HowStuffWorks, TED.com, Guardian Unlimited, and the National Gallery.

In the Social Networking category, there is Facebook with a considerable lead. But Drupal-powered Canadian site ChangeEverything.ca is in second place, ahead of big sites like Bebo, Ning and Flock,

To see the nominees and vote, you need to register for an account. Voting closes May 1st, so please register and vote now! Results will be announced May 6. Please encourage your friends to do the same as well.

Along with Social Signal, floatleft, Bryght/Raincity Studios and AffinityBridge, 2bits.com has worked on the ChangeEverything.ca web site.

As Rob Cottingham of Social Signal puts it:

We are really proud to have worked on ChangeEverything with Vancity and with some of our favourite collaborators in the Drupal world: floatleft, Bryght and AffinityBridge -- and especially you. (I can't help but notice that ChangeEverything.ca with your Nudge module is what got the actual Webby nomination!)

See the full blog post at Social Signal.

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