Steven F. Freeman

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What to read, watch, listen to, do. Who's the best/worst. What's known, what's the law what's good/bad/great/verboten. How's the economy doing. Where to go to school, to live. How to organize things, get what we want, and other stuff.





Sight and sound poll of greatest films of all time Best-movies-of-all-time (my list)

imdb users top 250 movies  (my imdb list)

Rotten Tomatoes top movies

Rolling Stone's 500-greatest-songs-of-all-time

National Public Radio Lists

Rosanne Cash's "The List"

Major League Baseball
postseason streaks
postseason droughts

National Football League
postseason streaks
postseason droughts

National Basketball Association
postseason streaks
postseason droughts



Science (sort of)

Organizational / Taxonomies


* really more than a list; it's a table!

Lists that literally laid down the law

Effective Branding/ Marketing


Lists of lists

The New York Times' best-sellers list  /  The F.B.I.'s Ten Most Wanted list

Casey Kasem's "American Top 40"  / Billboard's "Top 100"

Wikipedia's List of lists of lists

The Hundred Best Lists of All Time
(New Yorker Shouts & Murmurs) crowdranked best and worst of everything 

Listverse: Top 10 Lists  /  list25 (1 million YouTube subscribers!) 
Listly  "Lists made easy + social + fun!"  / Listgeeks "a socially-oriented platform for creating, sharing and comparing lists of things."


The bottom two tables divide up column widths proportionally, but the top doesn't. Why is "Literature" so wide and "Sports" so narrow?

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