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Expand Your Mind: Final Look Backwards

by Miki Saxon

What else would you expect from Expand Your Mind on the first day of the year other than a retrospective of the past?

Here is a potpourri look at the year and the decade; out of the dozens from which to choose I tried for the unusual along with the tried and true.

Business Week dedicated the entire year-end double issue, but rather than verbiage they divided by topic and used graphics and headlines to cover more ground, so you can just click around.

The New York Times offers not just the year, but the decade, in easy you-choose-which-to-click-on graphics. They also offered a superb look at 2010 through pictures.

What would the year be without at least a nod to pop culture, so from the Associated Press, via the Boston Herald, here are the worst celebrity moments of the year.

Not to be outdone, Vator TV offers up the five biggest (most shocking) happenings in the tech world of 2010.

If you want a laugh, check out the best financial jokes from the Financial Post. (Hat tip to Wally Bock for bringing them to my attention.)

And for pure weird there is the AP article, courtesy of the San Francisco Chronicle (my previous hometown paper). Who said Floridians aren’t different?

Finally, Google gives us 2010 as defined by search.

Image credit:  MykReeve on flickr

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