EDIT: Crap, I just realised your post was tongue-in-cheek... Damnit...
As dotVezz says, software recommendation is a very niche subject - but it does have its place. There is no skill in "recommending software" any more than there is in "recommending movies" ( as much as the Movie critics would have you believe otherwise!).
That said, if I know that you like Action movies, and I like Action movies - perhaps we can both recommend to one another some good ones that we found enjoyable. Same with other genres.
Software is somewhat more interesting. Whilst the StackOverflow closure-reason of being primarily opinion based can be true, it is also a barrier for experts to give serious recommendations. Once again, the "Stack Exchange" system of up-voting and down-voting could provide a decent guideline.
Sometimes, we need 3rd-party programs, tools, or libraries. And sometimes there is a wealth of choice. Here's an example question:
What is a decent 3D Rendering Engine (C++)?
Ogre3D, it r0x.
Ogre3D is a mature platform, with a great community. It has been written in a platform-agnostic manner and is being constantly supported. It is available on as many gaming devices as you can name, and is open-source (so feel free to contribute). There are books available here, showcases here, and the forums are here. then follows a lengthy explanation about scene managers, the abstraction layer, etc etc
Looks like I just touted Ogre as a good 3D engine. Well I sure did, but in a proper answer to a question, my response would be rather more lengthy as to why I believe it to be a good choice. Others can then come up with their own well formed answers.
Downvotes should not be applied because one disagrees - but more because the answer was not convincing and/or did not provide enough information.
:) Happy New Year :)