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What People Are Saying About The Cybrary
November 1997 selection
www.netrageous.com. Thanks to Audri and Jim Lanford for their support.
The History Channel
July 1997 selection
NetGuide Platinum Site
L.A. Times Pick, 1995 and 1996
Our awards continue, which is important because it helps get the word out (For a lookat previous awards, click here). We hopeyou pass the word that this site is available to anyone it may help. Because of these important recognitions,we have been able to share our message with literally hundreds of thousands. Thiscyte received over one million hits again in both April and May 1998, making it one of the mostheavily trafficked Holocaust-related Web Sites. We guesstimate that we will host close to a half million visits this year…not bad for a site with no backing!
But more importantly, it helps us share these stories. We have had many great reviewsand are sharing just a few because of space. Thanksfor all the support.
Peace,Michael Declan Dunn
CNET’s Best of Web
“As time passes, memory can fade. The Cybrary ofthe Holocaust uses art, discussion groups,photos, poems, and a wealth of facts to preservepowerful memories and to educate scholars andnewcomers alike about the Holocaust…The Cybrary is stunningly effective in itsservice to memory.” (2/26/97)
The Library Journal gave us an excellent review in July 1996 as well.
Club Web Platinum, 1996
Never Forget: Learning Lab