They are predictable and unavoidable: top 10 lists of 2006 and predictions for 2007. You turn on the tv and you see the top 100 music videos of the year, top 10 sports plays of the year, etc. I guess these lists appeal to people who are overly nostalgic, but I think for the most part it’s just an easy way to develop content or programming (while everyone is attending holiday parties and out christmas shopping of course). The one exception, however, is Valleywag’s top search lists that you’ve never seen