Webby Winners: Google, Flickr, MySpace, NPR, Cuban, Friedman

webbyawards.jpgGoogle maps, photo-sharing revolutionaries Flickr and community juggernaut MySpace topped the 10th annual Webby Awards winners announced a couple hours ago.

Dallas Mavericks owner/dot-comtrepreneur Mark Cuban (Entrepreneur of the Year), New York Times‘ columnist Thomas Friedman (Web Person of the Year) and “co-inventor of the Internet” Robert Kahn also snagged among the 69 awards announced.

10th ANNUAL WEBBY AWARDS UNVEIL YEAR’S BEST WEB SITES; MYSPACE FOUNDERS, THOMAS FRIEDMAN, THE GORILLAZ, MARK CUBAN, INTERNET CO-INVENTOR DR. BOB KAHN, AND WEBBY WINNERS
TO BE HONORED AT JUNE 12TH CEREMONY IN NEW YORK

New York, NY (May 9, 2006) — The winners of the 10th Annual Webby Awards will be saluted alongside a remarkable slate of Special Achievement honorees, including the founders of Myspace.com, Thomas Friedman, Mark Cuban, The Gorillaz, and Internet co-inventor Dr. Robert Kahn, at the June 12th gala in New York City, the International Academy of the Digital Arts and Sciences announced today.

Check the full list of winners here.