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NASA's Earth Observatory up for a Webby

I get to meet some very bright and talented people. Last month, I had the pleasure of speaking at NASA GSFC, and to see some of the work going on at the Earth Observatory. It gave me a much greater appreciation for how much work goes into their website. It's really amazing.

I'm not the only one who appreciates their work. Rob Simmon (of NASA GSFC) just emailed me that they're up for two Webbys. Two! Congratulations!

Science category: NASA Ozone Hole Watch

Education category: NASA's Earth Observatory

They've got some tough competition in their categories (Education and Science). I was especially impressed with the BBC Springwatch for their mobile data collection and use of Flash to display data.

You can add your vote to the Webby Awards: People's Voice