(CNN) -- Comedy site Funny or Die and comedic actors Zach Galifianakis and Lisa Kudrow defeated the Internet on Tuesday, notching multiple wins in the 2011 Webby Awards.
And the Web power of Justin Bieber was strong as the first-time Webby nominee's loyal online army voted him into the top spot for his spoof "takeover" of Funny or Die.
Wieden + Kennedy, the advertising firm behind the Old Spice campaign starring Isaiah Mustafa, took four awards, and those pig-destroying "Angry Birds" capped a year of dominating mobile-app stores with wins in both the judges' and People's Choice categories.
Now in their 15th year, the Webbys are the Internet's most widely recognized honors for websites, online music and videos, mobile technology and interactive advertising.
Other Webby nominees that scored more than one win this year: Google Creative Labs (five), @radical.media (four), Discovery Communications (four), Goodby, Silverstein & Partners (four), MLB Advanced Media, LP (three), The New York Times (three), TED.com (three), ESPN (three) and AOL (three).
Many of the winners who earned four nods did so by capturing both the judge's and People's Choice awards in two categories.
The Webby Awards ceremony will be held June 13, featuring its patented five word acceptance speeches.
Some classics include winners Al Gore ("Please don't recount this vote"), the crew behind "The Beatles: Rock Band" website (A Webby! Yeah, yeah, yeah!") and Galifianakis ("How am I on time? S---!").
While some perennial winners tallied again this year (The New York Times, ESPN, The Onion), there was no shortage of first-time winners.
CNN, which was nominated in five categories, won in the video remixes/mashups category with "Walk Around the World," an interactive feature in which CNN.com asked readers to share a one-minute video of themselves walking.