It has been a long time since I last got into these top 10's but here there are some nice onces again. First of all Guy Kawasaki and his top 10 lies, some of which you also might have read in Seth's book. Another top 10 is about the web. With all these web 2.0 services launched at us one after the other, you wouldn't think there are still that many opportunities left. The truth however proves differently, because most services/applications are more of the same and there are clearly underserved web 2.0 markets, dixit Richard MacManus at Read/Write Web.
PC World reports on the 25 Worst Tech Products of All Time, and you will certainly recognise the pain when you worked with some of those products. Compare with CNet's Top 10 worst products of the last decade and you'll find some interesting similarities. Getting curious to find out what Microsoft Bob was all about… Enough about the past though, the top 10 Strangest Gadgets of the Future might even give you an first view of some of the stuff that will feature on the 'worst product' lists in 10 years.