JOFFREY, HOWEVER, REMAINS OUTSIDE THE TOP THOUSAND: Because I too love our readership -- and because I want you to blow your Friday even further -- ten years to the day after I first had to commit on this question, the Social Security Administration has released its Popular Baby Names data for 2012.
Jacob (14 straight years) and Sophia (2d time) are the most popular overall;  Major and Gael, and Arya and Perla, are the highest one-year risers for each sex. Lots of -lynns rising for girls: Raelyn(n), Ad(a)/(e)lyn(n), Marilyn; on the boys' side, aspirationals forever rising: Major, Maverick, Knox, Messiah, King, Remington, Lincoln, and, um, Archer among them.
Outside the top 1000, the Baby Name Wizard blog says to keep an eye on Cataleya and all its variants, based on the film Colombiana, as well as "liquid names" -- "they flow smoothly, like water down a glass streambed with no rocks or branches to impede its path. You can speak names like Anaya, Aliya, and Eliana with every sound drawn out long, and without visibly moving your mouth. Pure flow." [Our 2012 discussion is here.]