Webbys

The voting for the 2013 Webbys is over, but the winners haven't been announced yet, which means it's the perfect time to
Noted astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson vs. Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann vs. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
I woke up to a bunch of emails about this Wired.com article. Since Wired didn't call us to hear our perspective before publishing, I wanted to share why we think our process, and more importantly the credibility of the Webby Award, is second to none.
Comedy: Individual Short or Episode · When Harry Met Sally 2 with Billy Crystal · Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's Star Wars · John
Oswalt follows other high-profile comedians who have hosted the awards since they started being broadcast live in 2005. Rob
In case you didn't get to stream the 15th annual Webby Awards last night, we compiled a video slideshow of the best 5-word
In 2010, the website for T, the New York Times style magazine won the same award. WATCH: Donning a green sleeveless dress
This year, Zach Galifianakis, Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter), Norah Jones, LCD Soundsystem and others will attend the show
What would you say if you only had five words? Infamous for their wacky 5-word acceptance speeches, the annual Webby Awards
The 15th annual Webby Awards ceremony is June 13, hosted by Lisa Kudrow. The show will stream live on numerous outlets, including
The Webbys have, since 1997, served as a snapshot of the Internet zeitgeist, capturing the best of what the exploding online universe has offered up each year. Now it's time to vote for this year's favorites.
Check out some of the 2010 winners in the slideshow below, including the picks for celebrity website of the year, the best
While it's been hard to top John Oliver's Daily Show coverage of the World Cup, Funny or Die's Almost Twins came close with one of their elaborate "high-five" videos for the occasion.
When style icon Daphne Guinness launched her first fragrance, Mnemosyne, in collaboration with Comme des Garcons last year
Three top climate change campaigns -- by TckTckTck, 350.org, and Greenpeace.org -- are up for Webby Awards in 2010 (incidentally, so too is the Huffington Post's Politics page).
The Webby Awards tradition is to keep the speeches to five words each. In my mind, the winner of that contest was Zach Galifianakis -- this was classic Galifianakis anti-comedy.