The Winners Of The 2012 Village Voice Web Awards
It's finally here! The 2012 Web Awards winners have been chosen. Check them out after the jump to see if your favorites took home the coveted foam hand trophy. And if they didn't make it? There's always next year (and feel free to complain in the comments section).
Best Neighborhood Blog Fucked in Park Slope
Best Professional Twitter Account Big Gay Ice Cream: @biggayicecream
Best Personal Twitter Account Rob Delaney: @robdelaney
Best Parody Twitter Account Fake MTA: @FakeMTA
Best Professional Tumblr NPR Fresh Air
Best Personal Tumblr Bobby Finger
Best Kickstarter Project The Water Tank Project by Word Above The Street
Best Viral Video Shit New Yorkers Say
Best GIF - Action "Little girl on bike drifting into parking space"
Best GIF - Drama "Boy on tractor driving into girls"
Best GIF - Comedy "Michael Beasley Wrong Knee Rub"
Best Cat Tard the Grumpy Cat
Best Dog Boo
Best Animal (Non Cat or Dog) Baby Walrus Mitik at the New York Aquarium
Tweet of the Year Chuck Grassley: "Assume deer dead"
Video of the Year Hot Cheetos and Takis
Best Longform Piece "Unmasking Reddit's Violentacrez, The Biggest Troll on the Web" by Adrian Chen, Gawker
Best Restaurant Site Mile End Deli
Blogger We Love Jeremiah's Vanishing New York
Best Use of Facebook to Promote a Business Ride Brooklyn
Best Locally Built iPhone app foursquare
Best Start-Up Lucky Ant
Best Athlete Twitter Jose Canseco @josecanseco
Best Knicks Twitter JR Smith @TheRealJRSmith
Best Instagram Account Sam Horine
Best Celebrity-Related Tumblr What if Adele was Mrs. Doubtfire?
Best Food Blog Serious Eats
Best Podcast How Was Your Week with Julie Klausner
Best Internet Radio WFMU
Best Sandy Relief Resource Occupy Sandy
Best Meme Mckayla Maroney is Not Impressed
Best Instagram Photo Sam Horine: "Rockaway Beach Boardwalk, Post-Sandy"
Best Sports Tumblr Smokin' Jay Cutler
Best List "Birds, From Worst To Best" by Joe MacLeod, The Awl
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