Top 100 Things Gizmodo is Thankful For

What do you have to be thankful for? When Thanksgiving comes around every year, it makes us start thinking about all that is good in the gadget world. The Gizmodo team got together this morning and started blurting out stuff, all the (mostly) gadget-related things that we're glad to have around. The result is this long—but by no means comprehensive or in order of preference—list of all we're thankful for. Please, feel free to add anything we've missed, and Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

1. Giz readers

2. iPhone

3. HDTV

4. MacBook Pro

5. TiVo Series 3

6. Sirius Satellite Radio

7. Google Maps

8. Amazon Unbox

9. Netflix

10. My wife

11. The Mac

12. My iPod

13. Blu-ray

14. HD DVD

15. Vibrators

16. The banhammer

17. Steve Ballmer, making Apple's job easy

18. EV-DO

19. Body Bouncer

20. Buddha Machine

21. CFL Bulbs at 2700K, instant-on

22. Audiophiles

23. Podcasts

24. Wireless anything

25. Wi-Fi

26. Wikipedia

27. Rock Band

28. Boeing 787

29. Skype

30. Halo 3

31. 1080p

32. Quad-core processors

33. Interns

34. StumblePorn

35. Blu-ray/HD DVD combo players

36. RSS

37. Rolex

38. Electric cars

39. Digg

40. Bacon of the Month Club

41. Wired

42. Vibrating alarms

43. Carbon fiber guitars

44. Wind turbines

45. Streaming Wi-Fi music

46. YouTube

47. Firefox extensions for easy video theft

48. 30-inch monitors

49. Windows XP

50. Boobies & butts

51. Home theater seats

52. Dive computers

53. Engadget, keeping us competitive

54. Books

55. Xbox 360

56. Gears of War

57. GPS

58. Wireless weather stations

59. USB humping dogs

60. Klipsch speakers

61. Self-driving robotic cars

62. Automatic shotguns

63. Webcams

64. Atomic clocks

65. Quicken

66. Flickr

67. Powersquid

68. Nikon D80

69. Speech recognition

70. Solar panels

71. 1080p projectors

72. Aeron chairs

73. Logitech Harmony remotes

74. Our moms

75. HD camcorders

76. Nissan stainless thermal coffee mug

77. Internet-controlled thermostats

78. DRM-free iTunes songs

79. Anything R/C

80. Carbon fiber and titanium

81. Flight simulators

82. Broadband, 50 down/20 up

83. Electric razors

84. Bedrooms on airliners

85. Garmin Forerunner

86. LEDs

87. Volcano Digit

88. Solid-state hard drives

89. Flying cars

90. The Burj Dubai (word's tallest building)

91. Amazon Kindle

92. Steampunk

93. Microsoft mice and keyboards

94. HDMI

95. Bunn coffeemakers

96. Mars exploration rovers

97. Turkey deep fryer

98. Montblanc pens

99. Our dads

100. Thanksgiving