The end of the year is a time for writing random lists of stuff, and far be it from us to break with tradition. Here’s a list of some of our favourite lists from the last few days:
Bayraider.tv bring us their top thirty celebrity auctions of 2006: some astonishing tat there.
eBay didn’t quite make law blogger Eric Goldman’s top ten cyberlaw developments of the year, but the eBay v. MercExchange case did make the runner’s up list.
Jaanus from Skype give us his highlights of 2006, which has certainly been an amazing year for Skype.
Brad Schepp’s top ten resources for eBay sellers is a brilliant exercise in looking like you’re giving away ‘Powerseller secrets’ without actually saying anything useful at all. Anyone thinking of writing a book on their eBay experiences next year might want to note this technique.
For the geeks among us, the Board of Wisdom has the top ten geek sayings: “I would love to change the world, but they won’t give me the source code.”
And finally, Wired’s wild predictions for 2007… call those wild? Check in over the weekend for TameBay’s predictions for the next year: you’ll have read it here first.