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Check out what RebelMouse had to say about their top 12 sites of the year:
Although we love them all, we choose some of our favorites to highlight as the Top 12 of 2012!
TechCrunch: Built CrunchScroll.com to showcase their social content with RebelMouse.
TIME: Used RebelMouse to track social reactions to their Person of the Year announcement.
EcoWatch: Embedded RebelMouse on their homepage to make it more dynamic and social.
NowThis News: Set RebelMouse as their homepage to showcase their mobile-friendly videos.
Gary Vaynerchuck: Integrated RebelMouse with his Tumblr page.
Sacramento Kings: Using RebelMouse to showcase the latest Kings news and announcements.
City of Sin: Customized their page's CSS to promote their upcoming film series.
Anand Giridharadas: Embedded RebelMouse on his blog.
USA Network: Created CharacterCollage.com to promote their shows with RebelMouse.
Salon: Tracked the 2012 elections with RebelMouse.
Paul Carr: The first user to have RebelMouse power their domain!
ProPublica: Created a RebelMouse-powered section of watchdog reporting on their site.
We're looking forward to adding more awesome sites in 2013!
Launching on the RebelMouse platform has helped EcoWatch enhance and accelerate its ability to share content to a broad audience. It has amplified our reach, impact and engagement on the site.
If you don't already have a RebelMouse page, start your year off right by creating one today.
EcoWatch Daily Newsletter
By Richard Connor
Scientists have recorded Antarctica's first documented heat wave, warning that animal and plant life on the isolated continent could be drastically affected by climate change.
A case that has bounced around the lower courts for 13 years was finally settled yesterday when the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a lower court decision, finding oil giant Citgo liable for a clean up of a 2004 oil spill in the Delaware River, according to Reuters.
The evidence continues to build that breathing dirty air is bad for your brain.
By Paul Brown
The amount of energy generated by tides and waves in the last decade has increased tenfold. Now governments around the world are planning to scale up these ventures to tap into the oceans' vast store of blue energy.