B.J. Novak Roasts Google, Apple, Facebook at Webby Awards

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B.J. Novak of NBC's The Office and Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basteds hosted the Webby Awards last night.

In his opening monologue, he talked about how great Pandora is, how Apple should stop updating iTunes "for two days", unreliable Google Maps time estimates, the New York Times accepting an award from the Internet, Facebook privacy, and more.

Watch the video below (hat tip to Silicon Alley Insider):

Special Achievement Awards included: 

- Webby Lifetime Achievement: Vinton Cerf
- Webby Person of the Year: Roger Ebert
- Best Actress: Amy Poehler
- Film & Video Artist of the Year: OK Go
- Webby Agency of the Year: BBDO
- Webby Breakout of the Year: ChatRoulette
- Webby Artist of the Year: PS22 Chorus

A full list of Webby Award nominees and winners can be found here.

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