Yesterday was the web's official global celebration day. BBC News reports here. 'People around the world are coming together on Friday to celebrate the world wide web. Susan Crawford, the founder of OneWebDay, said she wanted people to reflect on how the web had changed their lives. The day will be marked with events taking place around the world, together with online activities. The organisers are planning to create what they hope will be the largest global online photo collaboration. Web users are being asked to tag their pictures with OneWebDay and upload them to photo-sharing sites Webshots and Flickr, to create global photo albums. The organisers are also encouraging people to post entries to their blogs on Friday which reflect on how the web has changed their lives.'