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1998 Webby Awards

The 1998 Webby Awards were held on March 6, 1998 at the San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts,[1] and were the first event ever to be broadcast live via the Web in 3D.[2] The "People's Voice" awards, chosen by online poll, received 100,000 cumulative votes that year.

The Web magazine, which was hosting the awards, was closed down by its parent company IDG shortly before the awards, and the ceremony continued thereafter under the management of Tiffany Shlain, who IDG had hired in 1996 to coordinate the awards.[3] The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences was constituted that year as the judging panel for the awards, continues to do so as of the 2007 awards.

Nominees and winners

Winners and nominees:[4]
Category Winner Other nominees

Net Art

Entropy8

Ada's web
Atlas
RGB Gallery
sfgallery

Community

The WELL

bianca.com
The Palace
Tripod
WBS

Education

StarChild

Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC)
Learn2.com
The Home Education Page
The Smithsonian

Film

The Internet Movie Database

E! Online
Film.com
Mr. Showbiz
Rough Cut

Games

BeZerk

GAMECENTER.COM
GameSpot
Imagine Games
PlaySite

Health

Mayo Clinic Health O@sis

Ask Dr. Weil
Reuters Health Information Services
The Body: A Multimedia AIDS and HIV Resource
thriveonline.com

Home

BabyCenter

Better Homes & Gardens Online
Disney's Daily Blast
Family.com
Virtual Garden

Living

gURL

PlanetOut
SWOON
Virtual Jerusalem
Wedding Channel

Money/Business

The Vanguard Group

International Real Estate Digest
Nolo press Self-Help Law Center
The Financial Aid Information Page
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Music

Experience Music Project

Addicted to Noise
MTV Online
TheDJ AOL Radio
Tunes.com

News

NEWS.COM

ABCNEWS.com
MSNBC
The New York Times on the Web
Wired News

Politics+Law

CNN/TIME All Politics

Annoy.com
Law Journal EXTRA!
The Black World Today
The Smoking Gun

Print+Zines

Salon Magazine

alt.culture
Literary Kicks
Merriam-Webster
The Libyrinth

Radio

AudioNet

Antique Radios Online
DigiBand Radio
The Art Bell Web Site
Uncle Ricky's Reel Top 40 Repository

Science

Exploratorium: ExploraNet

IBM Patent Server
Mars Pathfinder Mission
Paleontology Without Walls
Scientific American

Sports

CBS Sportsline

CHARGED
ESPN SportsZone
Outside Online
Science of Hockey

Travel

Citysearch New York City

Lonely Planet on-line
Preview Travel
Salon|Wanderlust
Travelocity

TV

PBS Online

GIST TV Listings Guide
NBC.com
Sci-Fi Channel: The Dominion
TV Guide Entertainment Network

Weird

Bert is Evil

BLAIR
Museum of Dirt
The Crash Site -
The Onion

Notes

Winners and nominees are generally named according to the organization or website winning the award, although the recipient is, technically, the archive.org version before the awards ceremony and, where available, the current website. Many older websites no longer exist, are redirected, or have been substantially redesigned.

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  4. ^ http://www.webbyawards.com/webbys/winners-1998

External links

  • Official website


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