From Guardian Technology (Because otherwise I just don’t get around to reading it now it’s no longer in the print edition).
Guardian Technology’s 20 most-read articles and 10 most-viewed photo galleries of 2010.
Forecast for 2011: The Guardian asks tech and web experts to make their predictions for the coming year.
“Media is a form of design… everything is a form of design“: Justin McGuirk examines the argument behind Designing Media, a new book of interviews with major players behind the ongoing media revolution.
Merriam-Webster dictionary’s Top 10 definition searches for 2010 speak volumes.
The best short films on the web: how the web is enabling a revolution in short film making and distribution.
Facebook overtakes Yahoo as the third largest website in the world.
And it’s now the most-visited too, according to Hitwise.
Books, Writing & Storytelling
“The publishing industry is in trouble – but not just because of the digital revolution”: an illuminating interview with John Thompson, author of Merchants of Culture: The Publishing Business in the Twenty-First Century.
Useful Apps, Utilities & Downloads
300+ resources to help you master WordPress, collated by Webdesigner Depot.
2010’s top new and updated apps for Windows, according to Downloadsquad.
Disconnect: “a privacy patch for the web”, available as an extension for Chrome and RockMelt (Firefox and Safari to follow).
And here are the 20 iPad music apps the band used – $120 for the lot.
Games & Other Distractions
20 free indie games you may have missed in 2010, selected by IndieGames.com.
11 ‘risky’ tech predictions for 2011 from TECHi.com.
2010: the year in ideas, from The New York Times.
“Seasons Greetings and a very Happy New Year!” from all at Radix.