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People sure had a lot of fun on Twitter today at the expense of the Pulitzers today. But while the awards may seem like a symbol of an old, outmoded journalistic guard to some, that doesn’t take anything away from the winners.

Poynter’s Jeff Sonderman (if they ever start giving out Pulitzers for Storifys, Sonderman will probably bag the first) has collected some of the best reactions from this year’s crop of winners:

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