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Yearbooking yourself is not a euphemism for nutshots in your yearbook

Yearbook Yourself” was a very fun site that allowed you to take a photo of yourself and see how you’d look if you’d graduated high school in a different decade. I remember when the site first launched, quite a few bloggers posted their images of the 1950s or 60s or 70s versions of themselves. It’s under reconstruction right now to be relaunched this summer with brand new functionality, but you can click the link above to refresh your memory.

The site, designed by a small advertising firm called Colle+McVoy, was created by one of my very best friends, who I’ve known since we were 13. And now it’s up for a Webby Award, in the Interactive Advertising section, in the category of Viral Marketing.

Yearbook Yourself is up against campaigns that were created by much larger agencies, but it has a serious chance of winning. And unlike the millions of blog awards that are out there, the Webby Awards cover all aspects of the Internet and have some degree of prestige.

Would you mind taking a few minutes today and voting for her? I know it’s a pain in the ass and requires registration and activation and you have to search for it and vote for it, but I’d love for my friend to get a win in her column.

All you have to do is go to this link:

Register, activate your account, and then you can browse the categories to see if there are other sites and blogs that you want to vote for. When you get to the “Interactive Advertising” section, just choose “Viral Marketing” and vote for “Yearbook Yourself.”

Thank you.

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