Outstanding achievements on the Web were honoured on Thursday night at the fourth annual Webby Awards.
The show has the glitz of the Oscars, although the Webby’s organizers insist the event is not "the Oscars of the Internet", but "the antidote to the Oscars".
Perhaps the biggest difference between this awards show and Hollywood's big night out is that acceptance speeches are limited to five words.
The winners - most of which found creative, if not publishable---ways to comply with the word count - were:
Arts: Web Stalker
Broadband: Video Farm
Community: Cafe Utne
Education: Word Central
Fashion: Paul Smith
Film: Atom Films
Humor: The Onion
News: Jim Romenesko's Media News
Personal Web site: CockyBastard
Radio: Lost and Found Sound
Science: The Cave of Lascaux
Technical achievement: Google
Travel: Outside Online
Weird: Stile Project
The SF MOMA (San Francisco Museum of Modern Arts) Webby prize for excellence in the online arts: Michael Samyn and Auriea Harvey, Entropy8Zuper!