Summary:

In addition to honoring the best of the Web in 2012, Monday night’s Webby Awards included a tribute to Steve Jobs. The segment honoring Apple’s co-founder included appearances from President Barack Obama, President Bill Clinton, Buzz Aldrin, George Lucas, Vint Cerf and more. Here’s the video.

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In addition to honoring the best of the Web in 2012, Monday night’s Webby Awards in New York City included a tribute to Steve Jobs.

The tribute opened with two of the most famous faces from Apple ad campaigns: humorist John Hodgman and actor Justin Long, who starred in the “I’m a Mac, I’m a PC” ads. Next up was actor Richard Dreyfuss, the voice of Apple’s “The Crazy Ones.”

The tribute, which you can see in its entirety below, also includes appearances from an all-star lineup from across entertainment, news, tech and politics, each giving the traditional five-word Webby tribute to Jobs, including President Barack Obama, President Bill Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, George Lucas, Ariana Huffington, Bono, Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart, Buzz Aldrin, Vint Cerf and more.

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