My Alphabet

NYTimes, Gmail, Facebook, Twitter. These are four websites I visit the most. Every time I need a mental break, I tap “n,” “f,” “t,” into the browser URL and with one pinky action I kill some time.

It occurs to me that these handful of websites dominate the namespace of the URL autofill. I was curious to see what my present alphabet of websites look like.

I’m most surprised by “c,” “h,” “p,” “r,” “u,” on my list. I guess I rarely visit websites starting with those letters.

  1. angellist.com
  2. bankofamerica.com
  3. crossculturevc.com
  4. drive.google.com
  5. eat24.com
  6. facebook.com
  7. gmail.com
  8. heppel.dk
  9. inbox.google.com
  10. jsonlint.com
  11. kayak.com
  12. linkedin.com
  13. maps.google.com
  14. nytimes.com
  15. online.citibank.com
  16. profile.yahoo.com
  17. quicksprout.com
  18. rzchen.com
  19. seamless.com
  20. twitter.com
  21. up.jawbone.com
  22. venmo.com
  23. www.nytimes.com
  24. (no x)
  25. youtube.com
  26. zipcar.com
 
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