The Daily Dot spent the holiday season checking more lists than the Transportation Security Administration.
It’s annual exercise for most publications, a momentary pause for reflection meant to put the past year in perspective and to shed some light on the months ahead (not to mention fill the slower news cycle). For us it’s more than that, though: These lists serve as an opportunity to celebrate the events and people that brought us together and led the conversations online in 2012—the highs, lows, and Twitter parody accounts in between.
See you in 2013, Internet.
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