The New York Times has a most engaging list of the best ideas of 2009, from Advertisement That Watches You, The to Zombie Attack Science.
Once again, The Times Magazine looks back on the past year from our favored perch: ideas. Like a magpie building its nest, we have hunted eclectically, though not without discrimination, for noteworthy notions of 2009 — the twigs and sticks and shiny paper scraps of human ingenuity, which, when collected and woven together, form a sort of cognitive shelter, in which the curious mind can incubate, hatch and feather.
If you float your cursor over the letter list at the top of the page, you can see the entries under each letter.
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