I am not opposed to the end of year list mania that takes over during this time of year. Some people experience list-fatigue or simply just find them annoying to begin with. I always enjoy looking back on a period and reflecting, and the truth is, the New Year is a good time to do so. As a result, there is a chance that I will be passing on some of the more interesting year end lists I find on to you all whenever I happen to find them (see Top 100 Wines). Feel free to add any of yours to the comments. If you happen to be a hater of year end lists, well...I can't help you there.
That said, I thought I would pass this one on that I found via kottke that was pretty interesting. This is the Top 10 Stories You Missed in 2006 as picked by Foreign Policy. Among them, I found #9 pretty interesting. I definitely missed any stories in the news about hallucinations or deaths related to Tamiflu.