We couldn't narrow it down to just ten, so here are our fifteen favorite books of 2010, including everything from the fantastical and epic, to the horrifying and futuristic.
We've seen some remarkable and imaginative projects this year employing the iconic blocks, here are a few of our favorites.
In case you couldn't tell, we at Gizmodo love to eat. We do it every day! And we write about it sometimes too. Here's the best stuff we wrote about edibles in 2010.
2010 was a great year for gadgets. It's always a great year for gadgets! Let's re-live it a little, shall we? Check out some of the best, worst, and oddest of the year.
2010 was a great year for Science. NASA's space plane (and the Dolly lineage) were resurrected while a
secret laboratory Neturino observatory was built under the South Pole. Check out our best science stories of the year!
This was a good year to be a photographer. Thievery was thwarted, the Simpsons were spoofed, and suspicious amp stacks were outed. Take a look at our most eye-popping, jaw-dropping, seal-cropping images of 2010!
This was a phenomenal year of Shooting Challenges. Your submissions were as beautiful as they were plentiful. Check out some of the best user-submitted images of 2010.
From ludicrously affordable globe-trotting to finding the perfect spot to park your pr0n, 2010 was a good year to do it yourself. Check out the the best of 2010's How-To guides.
We learned a lot this year; from the origins of liquimetal and toasted thighs to the technical reasoning of ISO and CDMA. Check out the best explanations Gizmodo had to offer in 2010.
These are the stories you couldn't find anywhere else. From Apple's security slips to Facebook's prolific profile breach, check out Gizmodo's best Exclusives from 2010.
It's been a big year for the space sciences. The first privately-held spacecraft orbited our world, the blackest material in history was created, researchers expanded the list of possible sources of life threefold; and that was just in December.
There was plenty to be angry about this year; the Gulf Oil Spill, assaults on net neutrality, Mark Zuckerberg winning Time's Person of the Year. Check out the best rants from our most irate writers in 2010.
Here are the most striking images of the year, from New Scientist's Picture of the Day series. They include Martian landscapes, tiny monkeys, weird lightning, panda impersonators, and Yoda's long lost cousin.