It's been called the "Oscars of the Internet" though it's not quite as glamorous or high-profile. (Plus three-time host/comedian Rob Corddry is, well, let's just say he'd never pass the FCC censors if it was televised.) Nevertheless, the annual Webby Awards have honored achievements in the dot-com community since 1996 and brings out a few celebrities and high-tech luminaries, along with hundreds of invitees. This year the Beastie Boys and David Bowie made an appearance, along with the CEOs of sites like YouTube and eBay. For a complete list of the winners you can go here. Plenty of cool sites to check out.
As a member of the press, I attended the awards last night and brought along my video-phone so you could get behind-the-scenes with me.