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Vote for National Geographic in the Webby Awards (Last Day)

 

Updated May 3:

National Geographic Environment has won the People’s Choice Award! Thank you to everyone who voted! Additional details forthcoming.

Love National Geographic? Help support our programs and missions around the world by casting your vote in the People’s Choice categories in the 16th annual Webby Awards.

But hurry, because polls close today, April 26, at 11:59 PM Pacific Time.

Voting is easy, just sign in with Facebook, Twitter, or Google, or create a Webby account with an email address. You can learn more by following @TheWebbyAwards.

Winners will be announced on Tuesday, May 1st.

Here are the 5 NG finalists:
Websites:
Best Green Site – National Geographic Environment
Best Youth Site – NG Kids
Best Magazine – National Geographic Magazine Online

Mobile & Apps:
Best Education – 50 Greatest Photos of National Geographic
News (Tablet & All Other Devices) – National Geographic Magazine

Personally, I think one of the best things about voting in the Webbys is discovering some great sites from different genres than I often peruse. Some of my favorites this year have included this Harry-met-Sally update (with Billy Crystal and Helen Mirren!) on Funny Or Die, this Facebook parody, this amazing music project, and this cool way to display a portfolio.

There are several other gems to discover. Just don’t forget to vote for the NG family!

Brian Clark Howard is a writer and editor with NationalGeographic.com. He was formerly an editor at The Daily Green and E/The Environmental Magazine and has contributed to many publications, including TheAtlantic.com, FastCompany.com, MailOnline.com, PopularMechanics.com, Yahoo!, MSN and elsewhere. His latest book, with Kevin Shea, is Build Your Own Small Wind Power System.

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