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2011 Denver #WebAwards party brings social media and socializing together (PHOTOS)

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Last night, the 2011 Denver #WebAwards bash at Casselman's proved that people who excel at social media are also might good at socializing in person.

Photographer Chip Kalback captured the scene in all its high-tech/low-tech glory. Look below and page down to check out a sampling of his shots. Full gallery: 2011 Denver Web Awards photos.

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More from our Web Awards archive: "Here are your 2011 Denver #WebAwards news winners."

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