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Any sports fan will tell you, bragging rights are a big part of being a fan. No, I don't have many bragging rights for the Dolphins this season, so right now I'm using them for something else. I would like to personally congratulate Ms. Julie Lubinsky, the Reeve Foundation's Manager of Web Production and Social Media on being crowned the World's Best Webmaster!
Website Magazine has awarded Julie with this honor and I must say, it is much deserved. Julie jokes that all she does is copy and paste, but this website you're looking at right now is in great part because of Julie (or as I like to call her, JLu!)
Here's a piece of article announcing Julie's award:
What Lubinsky didn’t know as a young girl is that she would someday reach an even higher plateau that has nothing to do with her singing talents. She is now the official winner of Website Magazine’s World’s Best Webmaster Award based on her online expertise in working with the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.
Lubinsky was selected because of the her all-encompassing Web skills that allow her non-profit company to enjoy the Web presence that it has. These include all of the technical, social, marketing and creative disciplines that, in our estimation, make for a great Webmaster.
But what kept Julie off the stage and in front of hundreds of computer screens over the years?
“Four simple letters,” she says with a laugh. “H-T-M-L. My dream of hitting it big in the Big Apple was ruined by those four letters.”
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Much congrats JLu, hats off to you, may your days in front of the computer be better than any of your days you dreamed up on Broadway!
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