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The Best “Year In Review” Features That Aren’t Photo Collections — 2012

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I do an annual “The Best…” list of images (see The Best Year-End Collections Of Images — 2012) and I also curate a post of year in review features that aren’t photo collections.

I thought I’d get it started now and add to it as more come online.

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The Best “Year In Review” Features That Aren’t Photo Collections — 2010

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I guess I didn’t do one last year, though I do have a list of photo collections for that year.

Here are The Best “Year In Review” Features That Aren’t Photo Collections — 2012:

Yahoo’s 2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

2012 Year On Twitter

TIME’s Top 10 Everything of 2012

Every year Google puts out an amazing year recap, and this year isn’t any different. Check out Google:Zeitgeist 2012. Here’s just one small sample of what it offers:

Looking Back at 2012: Ideas for Reflecting on the Year and Teaching With Retrospectives is an excellent lesson plan from The New York Times Learning Network.

2012 in America: the year in review is an unusual-looking interactive from The Guardian.

The New York Times has a great interactive called “The Year on Page 1.” They picked forty-two pages from throughout 2012 to show, and invited readers to contribute a word or two about how they felt about the events pictured.

Feedback is welcome.

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