The Webby Nominees, Please

SAN FRANCISCO (03/15/2000) - While the Internet may not inspire fan frenzy on a Hollywood level, it does have its own version of the Academy Awards: the Webbys.

The International Academy for Digital Arts and Sciences has announced the nominees for the fourth annual Webby Awards. Selected from the Internet's 800 million or so Web sites are five nominees in each of 27 categories, including activism, arts, commerce, film, music, and even "weird."

This year's Oscars of the Internet will be Webcast live from San Francisco on May 11. And even dot-com stardom requires celebrity judges. This year, David Bowie, Patrick Stewart, Matt Groening, and Laurie Anderson lead the list of Academy judges picking winners from sites covering everything from commerce to little-known home pages.

This year's competitors are more diverse, thanks to the first-ever call for entries, according to Tiffany Schlain, founder and director of the Webby Awards. Thousands of submissions came from more than 27 countries.

Following is a list of the 2000 Webby Award nominees by category:

The Webby Awards 2000 Nominees:


-- Protest Net

-- The Hunger Site

-- Action Network

-- Adbusters

-- American Civil Liberties Union



-- EasyLife.Org

-- netomat

-- SFMOMA Presents Bill Viola

-- Web Stalker


-- Video Farm


-- Atom Films

-- WireBreak

-- Congo Trek


-- eToys


-- BabyCenter


-- Amazon


-- Slashdot

-- Mountain bike products and trail reviews-- ICQ-- Craigslist -- Café UtneEducation-- A Science Odyssey-- Culture Shock-- DNA from the Beginning-- Getty Arts EdNet-- Word CentralFashion-- Hint Fashion Magazine-- Solemates: The Century in Shoes-- fashionUK-- Paul SmithFilm-- IFILM-- Atom Films-- Drew's Script-O-Rama-- Internet Movie Database-- Protein TVFinance-- Gomez-- The Island ECN-- PayPal-- NextCard-- MetaMarketsGames-- GameSpy-- Happy Puppy-- Gamasutra -- -- The Station Health-- InteliHealth-- Respect Your Mind Protect Your Body-- ThriveOnline-- OnHealthHumor-- Timothy McSweeney's Internet Tendency-- Comedy Central-- Leisure Town-- The OnionKids-- MaMaMedia -- Scholastic -- AfriCam-- ThinkQuest 2000Living-- Epicurious-- Martha Stewart Living-- Swoon-- Blue Mountain Music-- Sputnik7-- Napster -- WiredPlanet -- LaunchNews-- mediaattack-- The Wall Street Journal Interactive-- News-- Media NewsPersonal Web Site-- DiaryLand-- -- CockyBastard Politics-- CNN/Allpolitics-- Nolo-- Politics Online-- FindLawPrint/Zines-- Slashdot-- Feed Magazine-- Nerve -- Salon-- Media NewsRadio-- KIISFM-- KROQ-- Green Witch Internet Radio-- BBC Radio 1 Web site-- Lost and Found SoundScience-- DNA Learning Center-- Explore Science-- The Cave of Lascaux-- Monterey Bay Aquarium-- The Mad Scientist NetworkServices-- Webvan-- Epinions -- Kozmo-- Evite-- Stamps.comSports-- Remember the ABA-- ESPN-- FoxSports -- Sports Jones -- Quokka Sports Technical Achievement-- Sony Station-- Google-- Active Buyer's Guide-- AltaVista TranslationTravel-- Lonely Planet's CitySync-- Discovery's Travel Channel-- Preview Travel-- Sierra Club-- Outside OnlineTV-- CNN-- Oxygen Media -- MTV Online-- HBO Online-- MSNBCWeird-- Stile Project-- Disinformation-- I Kiss You!

-- FrozenFeline

-- International Trepanation Advocacy Group.

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