Top 10 Year-End Lists of Year-End Lists
Who doesn’t love year-end lists? From best dressed to worst pop culture websites, the end of the year is always riddled with list after list of ranked reasoning, further explored this year as the decade comes to a close. To help you sort through the miasma, we’ve rounded up 10 sites that list of all the various lists. Does your head hurt yet?
Fimoculous is agnostic when it comes to aggregating year-end lists — if you make it, they’ll include it — and it’s a fun read. From advertising to words, you can see their round-up here.
For the fifth year, No Rock and Roll Fun has put together a list of their favorite year-end music lists.
From Amazon to NPR to the New York Times, Daemon’s Books rounds up some notable year-end book lists.
Time magazine compiles dozens of lists of their own — from the usual (best and worst movies, TV, etc.) to the less expected (top political memoirs, Oprah controversies), and they’ve aggregated them onto a single page here.
From books to search terms to law blogs, Resource Shelf has compiled a deep list of year-end list on a variety of topics.
The headbangers hub known as Metal Insider has a group of metal-related lists, including the Sexiest Chicks in Metal and The Decade’s Best Metal.
Barsuk Records, home to bands like Death Cab for Cutie, Rilo Kiley and the Long Winters, has a short list of some of their band and employee Best of 2009 lists.
One of our favorite time killers, FAIL blog, has released a trio of lists: Top 10 fail moments, people and videos of the year.
Metromix L.A. groups their year-end music lists together, with a list of their music critics’ picks for the year’s best records.