End of Year Top Lists Debuting Already
They happen every year, the best of and the worst of lists, and about anything you can think of in-between. Here is one of the first that I have seen, I will add more as I find them.
Vaporware ’06: Return of the King from Wired.com lists the top technology products promised, hyped and scheduled, but not delivered, such as an “iPod killer” to Duke Nukem Forever.
The 20 Most Innovative Products of the Year Always intriguing, often useful, and sometimes surprising, these 20 products showcase some of the best in tech this year. Includes Office 2007, Intel Core 2 Duo, Google Sketchup, the RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8100 and more great gadgets.
Think “End OF The Year” Lists Are Just for Bloggers? Top songs and albums of the year buy some musicians I’ve never heard of.
The Lycos 50 Blog: News from the Pop Culture Fast Lane Lycos top 50 search terms for the year 2006.
The best apps of 2006 Best new software and web applications in 2006 from Lifehacker.com.
The Web’s Most Useful Sites The web’s most useful sites according to PCWorld, password managers, bookmark managers and more topping the list.
Next Year in Review: 2007 Predictions I’m not much for my prognostication myself–which is to say that I’m terribly bad at it–but it seems like everyone else in the tech industry can’t get enough of it.
What will they think of next? Napster in 1999. MySpace in 2004. YouTube in 2006. Experts from the tech community look ahead to the innovations that will change how we work, play and communicate in 2007.
Mashable’s 2007 Predictions It?s now only a few days until 2007, and a good time for the yearly prediction posts to start rolling out – including one from Mashable. To add a more interesting spin, we’ll throw in a mini-game of blog tag – a few people “tagged” at the end of this post can blog their own 2007 predictions in their niches, if they wish. They can tag other blogs and so on.
Noah’s 2007 Somewhat Likely Predictions Mashable called me out so now I have to write something smart about what is going to happen next year.
Predictions for 2007 It’s that time of the year – so without further ado, here are my predictions for 2007.
Wild Predictions for a Wired 2007 Here are some predictions for 2007: Google Stock Hits $1,000 per Share.
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