The votes are in and the results have been tabulated: After two months of nominations and voting by our community, Mashable is thrilled to announce the winners of the 2011 Mashable Awards!
The fifth annual Mashable Awards honors the best in Mashable‘s core content areas: Social Media, Tech, Business and Entertainment.
Head on over here to see who won, and congratulations to those honored!
The People’s Choice winner of the first-ever PBS Online Film Festival is…
Horse You See (with more than 1,300 votes).
[THAILAND] Cultural barriers continue to deny disabled children access to schools, but progress on inclusive education is finally gathering.
(via Thailand takes first steps on long road to inclusive mainstream education | Global development | guardian.co.uk)
Hello, I’m Ann, a high school library media specialist in CT. When I’m not at school you can find me either hiking or crossfitting. I spent my April vacation hiking the White Mountains.
Egypt’s modern architectural and urban heritage, arguably the country’s most relevant to contemporary history and most prolific, has been under attack for over five decades. Throughout the country thousands of historic apartment buildings, villas, public buildings from the 19th and 20th…
The cat’s out of the bag! We’re really excited to be partnering with Gamesalad. Today has been a big day. Some of the articles that came out today paint a great picture and really illustrate well what we’re doing with Gamesalad:
Venturebeat - Kiip and GameSalad integrate ad-based rewards…
You’ve gotta see Jascha Hoffman’s new video for “Some Hungry Guy.” It’s made out of 100-year-old newspaper comics!