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    Cypher13 along with Quick Left have launched Tweeeeet, a hub for design-based twitters.

    Funny to see this after JoyEngine’s anti-twitter push. But that’s cool. We ain’t mad at yah.

    The site looks to be pretty damn useful. There’s a bunch of features we’d like to see added, but as Cypher13’s Todd Berger mentions in the official post, there’s a bunch of new stuff planned, and we’re all about iterative improvements.

    Props guys for putting it out there.

  • Daft Dwarfs

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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs rocking Daft Punk.

  • A Man In The Rain

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    Sweet new spot for Mini Cabrio called “History.”

    Via cherryflava

  • 8-Bit Hip Hop Medley

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    Oh damn, if that don’t just take ya back…

    Track List:
    Jay-Z — Dirt Off Your Shoulders
    T.I — What You Know
    Chamillionaire — Ridin’
    Ludacris — What’s Ya Fantasy
    Bonecrusher — Neva Scared
    Kanye — Overnight Celebrity
    Ludacris — Move Bitch
    Lil’ Jon — Get Low
    Kanye — Gold Digger

  • Denver's Tap Project Rolls Out

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    Sukle Advertising & Design, Denver is continuing to fire out their work for The Tap Project across the region with this outdoor, featuring photos that pay off the idea of money = water. Here’s the accompanying broadcast if you’ve yet to see it.

    The Tap Project, in which you can donate a dollar for your tap water, runs from March 22-28 at participating Denver restaurants.

  • Vote for Us for 5280's Top of the Town

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    You helped us win Denver’s best blog last year. If you’re feeling the love, can we ask for your vote again? It takes one minute to cast by clicking here. Best Blogger/Blog is in the “people” section of the ballot. Voting closes Monday. Thanks, we appreciate it.

    The Denver Egotist, Serving You Daily since ’07.

  • The Spirit of The Rocky Will Live

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    Details are scant at this hour, but we have an inside track that has confirmed the spirit of The Rocky Mountain News will live on as a paid-subscription online publication in Denver. It will be a totally new website, completely separate from I Want My Rocky – the site that has been run by ex-Rocky staff since the printed paper’s demise a few weeks ago.

    The new site will launch Monday morning, with a press announcement scheduled at the press club sometime Monday to reveal details. The new venture, which has yet to be named, is visioned by three local executives and the ex-staff at the Rocky. The Spirit of The Rocky Lives.

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