I’ve been thinking recently that it’d be fun to see what domains are listed first in the auto-complete for my URL bar for each letter of the alphabet. Shall we?
blog.netscape.com: the official blog of Netscape Communications Corporation.
calacanis.com: The blog of Jason Calacanis, Internet entrepreneur.
digg.com: User-driven social content. A great place to stay current on (mostly) tech news.
fark.com: It’s not news, it’s one of the Internet’s greatest time-wasters.
gmail.google.com: The best webmail application ever.
hyperculture.typepad.com: A fairly interesting blog that covers various tech news.
jacob.chrisfinke.com: My little brother’s website.
kb.mozillazine.org: Documentation for Mozilla products.
lifeintheoffice.com: A blog that covers all things Office.
meatgasm.com: A blog focusing on the wonderful world of meat.
netscape.com: Social news with editorial oversight.
opera.com: The Opera Web browser.
php.net: Documentation for the PHP programming language.
q – None. Apparently, I haven’t visited a domain starting with “q” in the last month.
reddit.com: Another social news website.
slashdot.org: The place to discuss the latest tech news.
techmeme.org: The place to find the latest tech news.
userstyles.org: A repository of styles for Mozilla applications. They have some great Firefox customizations.
videos.netscape.com: The Popular Videos channel of Netscape.com.
woot.com: An online store: One Day, One Deal.
xulplanet.com: Documentation for the XUL markup language.
youtube.com: Oh, you haven’t heard of it? It’s this obscure unknown website where people upload videos of themselves tubing down various rivers of the world.
zefrank.com: The funniest three minutes of my day.
I think this list sums me up pretty well. I’m not sadistic enough to try to turn this into a pyramid meme, but does anyone else want to reveal the A-Z of their browser history?