Obama and celebrities commemorate Jobs in the delivery of the Webby Awards
In the sixteenth delivery of the 2012 webby Awards, given to professionals and websites that have contributed to the evolution of the network in a key way, also paid tribute to the late Steve jobs along with celebrity support related to the firm the block.
This time, the tribute began with words of John Hodgman and Justin Long-faces of Get a Mac advertising campaign – with the participation of actor Richard Dreyfuss American, who provided the voice-over for the classic Think Different ad. He then started playing a video with testimonials from celebrities in five words describing his admiration for him deceased.
Thus, large and Arianna Huffington, Jimmy Fallon, Steven Spierlberg, Bill Clinton, Stephen Colbert, Bono and the very same U.S. president, Barack Obama, apart from referring to Jobs in five words, closed the video with the word Amazing – amazing – as the only word to define the co-founder of Apple.
To view the full tribute can do so through the following video.
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