What the heck is OneWebDay? I'm glad you asked...appearently:
OneWebDay is one day a year when we all - everyone around the physical globe - can celebrate the Web and what it means to us as individuals, organizations, and communities. [... I]t’s up to the celebrants to decide how to celebrate. We encourage all celebrations! Collaboration, connection, creativity, freedom. By the end of the day, the Web should be just a little bit better than it was before, and we’ll be able to see our connection to it more clearly. OneWebDay is September 22 every year, starting in 2006.
If your looking for a way to celebrate...I got you covered:
Gather friends and family or set up a block party. Ask each person to bring a printout of something unique that one could only find online. Alternatively, have each person share a story about how the web has changed their lives for the better.
As a virtual block party of sorts, I now ask that each member of this blog (and both people who read this blog) post a comment that describes how you feel the World Wide Interweb or "Internets" has changed your life. BTW...I missed Talk Like a Pirate Day busily planning for this.