Jan 20 2009: Make History with WEbook and the Presidential Inauguration02:44
Millions of Americans will flock to Washington, D.C., and countless others will mark the day in their own unique ways across the country. WEbook wants to hear about your experience of Barack Obama's inauguration as the United States' forty-fourth president. The best 50-75 stories will be collected and published as WEbook's first Community-Sourced History, a compilation of real people's voices, experiences, and memories.
Anticipation: How did you spend the days leading up to the inauguration? Share the planning and preparation that went into your inauguration experience.
Participation: What was it like to be there? WEbook is particularly interested in stories from people who will spend inauguration day in Washington, D.C., but you can also share your experiences from other inauguration events.
Reflection: Capture a moment when the true significance of inauguration day hit home.
Submit your essays to Jan 20 2009: True Stories, Real People, One Day. Essays must be submitted no later than midnight est on January 21, 2009. To get started early, send an email to jan20 <at> webook <dot> com. Share your full name, address, and email address, and we'll send you a limited edition, Jan 20, 2009, WEbook news notebook to record your
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