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SXSW Interactive 2000 Web Site Awards

Best New Web Site for 1999

Freedom Channel

http://www.freedomchannel.com


Best Band Web Site

Welcome to Café Noir

http://www.cafe-noir.com


Best Current Events Web Site

Ironminds

http://www.ironminds.com


Best Designed Web Site: National/International

Crash!Media

http://www.crashmedia.com


Best Designed Web Site: Texas

Human Code

http://www.humancode.com


Best E-Commerce Site

Zumiez Online

http://www.zumiez.com/


Best Film/Film Industry Web Site

Suicide Doors: a Film by Sebastian Basco

http://www.suicidedoors.com/


Best Green/Nonprofit Web Site

Greenpeace USA

http://www.greenpeaceusa.org


Best Grrl Web Site

Cherrybomb

http://www.cherrybomb.com


Best Music Industry/Label Web Site

Foodchain Records

http://www.foodchainrecords.com


Best Online Community: Designers/Content Producers

16 Color -- The Internet Movie Machine

http://www.16color.com


Best Online Cultural Experience

ArtandCulture

http://www.artandculture.com


Best Online Diversion

Digital Entertainment Network

http://www.den.com


Best Personal Web Site/Online Diary

Monstro!

http://www.monstro.com


Best Satire/Humor Web Site

Chickenhead

http://www.chickenhead.com


Best Self-Marketing Concept

Farmclub

http://www.farmclub.com


Best Student Web Site: College or Graduate Student

Amplified

http://www.amplified.nu


Best Student Web Site: Pre-college

Fairvue Central

http://www.fairvue.com


Best User Interaction

Enemy Processing Unit

http://namniyas.blade.ru/enemy.asp


Best Web-as-Television Experience

The Pseudo Online Network

http://www.pseudo.com


Best Webcam

Anacam

http://www.anacam.com


Best None of the Above

ExploreMath.com

http://www.exploremath.com


Most Innovative Use of Medium

16 Color -- The Internet Movie Machine

http://www.16color.com


The People's Choice Award

Ana S. Voog, Anacam

http://www.anacam.com
The Web Awards were announced at a ceremony at the Radisson hotel on Saturday, March 11.

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