Yes, my linkedin (now ex-) password's hash is on the list. Not a very secure password (only lowercase letters), but 9 letters long and it should not be in any dictionary of any language. I deem it pretty unlikely that anybody else would have used the same one on any site. Luckily neither the password nor the email address is in use anywhere else. So let's see whether it will start to get spam.
One guy tweeted that he found his old password he had changed months ago. If that's true the crackers did not get the hashes just for the fun of succeding and the reputation. They obviously took their time to (mis)use some of them.