Celebrities, politicians and tech luminaries paid tribute to late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs at today's Webby Awards show in New York.
The 14th annual awards were the usual mix of big-ticket comedians and YouTube stars, except that now it's getting harder to differentiate between the two.
Winners of the annual digital-media awards are limited to five words for their acceptance speeches. Here are the ones worth reading.
Leaked from today's 404 show: recapping last night's Webby Awards, DC Comics has a gay superhero in the works, tracking the world' junk food consumption after dark, and The Notorious P.I.G. returns!
The annual ceremony for honoring the best of the Web now features more celebrities, fewer five-word acceptance speeches, and just as much Hollywood-inspired glitz. At this point, does the Internet need to broadcast its importance with an awards show?
The digital divisions of The New York Times and NBC have the most nominations for the annual online media awards presented in New York.
The late-night comedian and Nine Inch Nails frontman, along with "Family Guy" creator Seth Macfarlane, top the list of winners. Also: Twitter snags "Breakout of the Year."
Rerouting online maps, digging up controversy, Webby Award winners, extreme express-delivery test, and a good old-fashioned treasure hunt.