lists

  • Miyamoto, other tech folk make Vanity Fair's New Establishment list


    Photo from Wired Vanity Fair, the fanciest trashy magazine there is, has publishedwhat is calls “The New Establishment,” a list of 100 of the top movers and shakers across all industries. It’s essentially a “who’s hot now” list, but since it’s Vanity Fair, all the Manhattan media types will be fawning over the ranking. Drudge has the full list in… Read More

  • CrunchArcade: Highly unreadable list of the best PSP games you've never heard of

    You know the short story (and novel) Flowers for Algernon? You know, the one where the guy WROTE IN ALL CAPS instead of using quotation marks like a learned man? This list of the “best PSP games you’ve never heard of” totally reminds me of it. The games, for the record, are Chili Con Carnage, Work Time Fun and Crush. Take this description for Chili Con Carnage: This game… Read More

  • The laser turns 48 years young today


    Let freedom ring The laser turns 48 today! (Just as important, if not more so: It’s also Megan Fox’s birthday. She turns 22.) Crazy! To celebrate this, Wired has put together a list of some of its best laser-related stories, everything from laser-etched iPhones to 100 kW Naval weapons. No, it’s nothing to get too excited over, but perhaps you have nothing better to do on… Read More

  • CrunchArcade: 11 ways to tell you're no longer a hardcore gamer


    Flickr’d What happens when former hardcore gamers stop being so hardcore? They make lists explaining the demise of their hardcore-ness, of course! So, how do you tell that you’re no longer a hardcore gamer? • You prefer playing against the computer.
    • You only play when your girlfriend is out
    • You believe that winning isn’t everything
    • It’s… Read More

  • Blast Knuckles self-defense accessory delivers 1.9 million volts (!?)


    Raiden? Cracked.com went out of business in 2010 for being too funny for its own good. But one time, in 2008, it came up with a list of safety-themed gadgets that no self-respecting someone would be caught dead without. You wouldn’t be dead because you had these gadgets to defend yourself, obviously. I’ll mention only one here, these Blast Knuckles, because the name alone actually… Read More

  • Time-killing list: Top 25 tech flops

    [photopress:topflopsss.jpg,full,right] It’s a federal holiday today so you can look forward to a whole lot of soft news: predictions, explanations, funny videos that serve no real purpose and, my favorite, lists. And golly gee, here’s a list of the top 25 tech flops, as compiled by InfoWorld. Highlights—or should I say lowlightslol—include virtual reality, Gnu Hurd… Read More

  • CES Leavings: The things they carried


    I was planning on posting this last week but Hickey didn’t send back his list so I decided to add my own. Essentially, I thought it would be cool to see what the CG crew was carrying during CES, offering a glimpse into the one-man-band that is a professional blogger these days. Take a look at our list and give us some recommendations for better/lighter/cooler gear to carry in the future. Read More

  • The year 2007 according to TechCrunch

    Big Daddy is rounding up the year with, what else, lists documenting the most popular articles, heavy hitting stories and those who entered the dreaded deadpool in the past year. Whether you’re into the whole Web 2.0 craze or not, it may be a good idea just to peruse the headlines to see if anything tickles your fancy and see what’s actually going on in the World Wide Web. Read More

  • Amazon's 'best of 2007' list

    In case you were wondering who the best sellers for 2007 were on Amazon then I have some news for you. The Nintendo Wii curb stomped everyone else in ‘Video Games’. The Canon PowerShot A570IS was the best selling ‘electronics’ gadget and the Nokia “Internet Tablet PC” championed the ‘Computers’ section, though it’s unclear which model… Read More

  • List time: The top 15 tech disappointments of 2007 (or so says PC World)

    The year 2007 will soon draw to a close, meaning we’ll be seeing plenty of year-end retrospectives on every Web site in Creation. I don’t expect many of them to be worth the time of day, yet this one—the year’s top tech disappointments, as ranked by PC World —is more or less on point. I’m sure you’re familiar with all of them, not least of which… Read More