OneWebDay is planning to create an historic event to mark the launch of
OneWebDay by facilitating the largest global online photo collaboration
resulting in a visualization of the web made up of photos posted by
millions of people around the world. This visualization will show the
power of online collaboration. OneWebDay is working with CNET Networks’ Webshots, a global photo-sharing
community, to make it easy for web users globally to contribute a
digital photo and label it with “onewebday.”
OneWebDay remains fairly invisible in virtual China, but hopefully it will pick up steam. I know there must be literally millions of Chinese netizens who would love to participate.
On the English language side, China doesn’t show up yet, at least not in a OneWebDay.org search or a Flickr onewebday search or a Webshots search. Webshots apparently is not letting people access any of the onewebday photos until the day itself (which seems strange), so we can’t know at this point how many photo submissions are coming in from China.
On the Chinese language/search side, a “OneWebDay” search on Baidu comes up with this: