It's that time of year again! While we certainly hope to have all of your gift-giving needs (and wants) covered with our own perennial Ultimate Gift Guide, we're impressed with what our fellow web publishers have come up with this time around. Here's a quick survey of what we've seen; feel free to post other notables in the comments, or send them to blogs [at] core77.com for review—we'll add anything worth sharing... except, of course, an apocalypse-themed gift guide for the End of Year or End of Days.
Coolhunting - Coolhunting's Gift Guide is great for killing time, something like a black hole of cool(hunted) gadgets, gizmos, gear and all-around awesome things.
Gizmodo - The tech-centric blog just kicked off their series of wish lists with 10 "Bountiful Gifts for the Urban Farmer." The editors promise a new guide every day for the rest of the month, so check back for more.
GOOD - GOOD's gift guide, which went live this morning, is organized by activity: Live, Work, Wear, Play and Go. The items themselves—10 in each category—range from playful to practical, but, in keeping with GOOD's mission, they're always thoughtful.
Inhabitat - Inhabitat demonstrates an intimate knowledge of their readership with their Green Holiday Gift Guide, which is "chock full of over 200 green, eco-friendly and organic gifts sure to please everyone on your list, from parents to babies, from gadget geeks to green thumbs."
Treehugger - Like Inhabitat, each of Treehugger's lists caters to one of your lucky recipients' tastes, from Animal Lover to Health & Wellness Guru and everyone in between.
The Post Family - Chicago-based design collective The Post Family stays true to their brand with a shortlist of design gifts from both within and without the family.
We're still waiting on lists from Mocoloco and Notcot, and you can find more 'picks' from Swiss Miss and DesignBoom in their online stores (and don't forget to check out our own recently relaunched e-commerce site at handeyesupply.com).