In 2004, I repeated the exercise in my then young blog for the years 1995-2004. In 2005, I went back in time and chose my favorite theorems from the first decade of complexity (1965-1974) and in 2006 I covered 1975-1984, completing the backlog of the entire history of computational complexity.
Now in 2014 we start again, recapping my favorite theorems from 2005-2014, one a month from February through November with a recap in December. These theorems are chosen by a committee of one, a reward only worth the paper they are not written on. I choose theorems not primarily for technical depth, but because they change the way we think about complexity. I purposely choose theorems with breadth in mind, using each theorem to talk about the progress of a certain area in complexity. I hope you'll be presently surprised by progress we've made in complexity over the past decade.