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Rex Sorgatz

Idea: a chain of popup stores. (I don't know what it even means, but it seems like everything is now either a chain or a popup store.)

jan 3
2007

List Wrap

As we get close to wrapping up lists 2006 (650+ lists and counting), here are the best lists of the past week: 100 most annoying things from Retrocrush, best of the web from Art Fag City, the art of science gallery from Princeton, the year in reality tv from Reality Blurred, the year in culture from Slate.com, top 12 online media stories from Cyberjournalist, top ad music from AdTunes, top sex toys from Fleshbot, top 5 lists from Comic Book Resources, top science stories from Discover, the year in games from Wired News, top 10 sex stories from San Francisco Chronicle, personalities of the year from Gawker, and a deluge of top 10s from Time.

2 comments

Personally, I find lists pretty trivial and trite. Most - unlike yours - do not seem to put much heart in them, or worse strive to prove the writer knows more than you, they are kind of crappy.

And, uh, Tina, Emma and Adrianna are pimpin some crazy-ass domains ;>

posted by Ted Rheingold at 2:37 AM on January 3, 2007

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I have mixed feelings about lists, both as content and as form. I did a little thing in Wired about them that should come out next month.

posted by Rex at 11:41 AM on January 3, 2007




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