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Fifteen best tweets about the 2012 Denver #WebAwards

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Whew! The votes have been counted. The winners have been announced. The photos have been Instagrammed. The tweets have been...tweeted. This year's Denver Web Awards went off with a bang at last night's party at RedLine, but we're still taking in the responses. If you took part in the experience, use the hashtag #WebAwards to let us and the Internet world know what you thought.

In the meantime, continue on for our fifteen favorite tweets about the awards.

More from our Web Awards archive: "Meet your 2012 Denver #WebAwards winners."

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