A List of The Best & Worst Lists of 2013
According to the editors of Oxford Dictionaries, 2013 was the year of the ‘selfie’. According to Miley Cyrus, 2013 was the year of the ‘twerk’. But for media companies everywhere, it was the year of the list.
The Internet was flooded with them. Facebook is now pretty much just people sharing lists they liked. Some were entertaining, some were terrible, some probably took 5 minutes to write. And to celebrate the arrival of 2014, SlamXHype has dug through them and written our own list, a list of all the best and worst lists of 2013.
Complex’s The Evolution of Kanye West’s Onstage Outfits
Complex actually dug deep though the Interwebs and wrote up something fascinating about everyone’s favorite topic this year: what clothes does Kanye wear. See them all here.
The New York Times’ 2013: The Year in Interactive Storytelling
The list’s blurb: “Multimedia stories, charts, maps and diagrams created by The Times this year.” Yeah, it’s actually dope. Check them all out here.
SF Gate’s The 9 Best Fast Food Innovations Of 2013
It’s kind of gross, but also kind of the awesomest thing ever. Read it here.
Maxim’s Hot 100
The only 100-item list of 2013 that never got boring. Check the whole thing out here.
SlamXHype’s 10 Instagramers Who Need A Coffee Table Book
We actually wrote one good one. Explore it here.
Orlando Magazine’s Best Lawyers 2013
Scintillating journalism. If you need a lawyer in Orlando, Orlando Magazine‘s got your back.
BuzzFeed’s 37 Times In 2013 Benedict Cumberbatch Proved He Was King Of The Internet
Ah, BuzzFeed… see how the leading list publication in the world pays the bills. Click here.
Rolling Stone’s 10 Best Moments From the 2013 Kennedy Center Honors
Nothing like a list of the 10 most exciting moments of the least exciting event this year. See it here.
NPR Music’s 12 Favorite Music Videos Of 2013
NPR even makes the 12 best videos of 2013 super boring. See how here.
SlamXHype’s The 15 GQ Covers Most Likely To Make Your Private Parts Happy
Even we got lazy one day. You’re welcome.
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