Before the end of 2010 a virus erases most databases.
Google revolutionizes on-line publishing and reading.
A pill developed for Alzheimer’s becomes the hot new party drug.
An earthquake puts the gay back in San Francisco.
The year will be remembered for pie graphs and projections, but in the end, only the wealthy can afford solar energy.
A trend to legalize medical marijuana sweeps the nation—and as America dies a slow cancerous death, the masses suffer only from the munchies.