Tim Bray posted the links that his browser displays when he types each letter of the alphabet. Here’s mine:
[A]dSense. I spend too much time watching the zero’s pile up.
[C]ite-U-Like. I’ve started to use this site to keep track of journal articles that I read.
[D]ocs (Google). I store my Habits spreadsheet, my weight spreadsheet, our address book spreadsheet (because Google contacts aren’t shareable) and other random documents.
[E]vernote. I’ve been trying to use this more to keep a central repository of notes, but it hasn’t stuck yet.
[F]acebook. I don’t know why this is there. I never use facebook.
[G]queues. I’m surprised that Google lost this one. I’m using Gqueues to keep track of my todos. It’s pretty nice. My main complaint is that it’s a little slow and there’s no Android client.
[H]ttp://facebook.com. Oh, how embarrassing. OK, my name is Vinod Kurup and I’m a facebook addict.
[J]ournal Watch. Phew! At least one site relevant to my day job!
[K]urup.org. The most amazing site on the internet.
tail -f access.log for the web
[M]yfitnesspal. We’re using this to track our diet and exercise. We used to use Fitday, but this is so much easier and there’s a social component that is motivating. It’s amazing how comprehensive their food database is.
[N]ewegg.com. Mostly for printer cartridges, but occasionally for toys.
Duke [O]utlook. My new work webmail. Outlook 2010 == HIT’s idea of modern.
[P]icasaweb. Pictures of the cutest kids in the world.
[Q]. This space for rent.
[R]uby-doc.org. I’m trying to learn ruby (the right way)
[S]ports.yahoo.com. My University of Wisconsin, Green Bay Packer and Milwaukee Bucks/Brewers addiction is slow to die.
[T]witter. Yup, I still use twitter.com.
[U]. bUeller… bUeller…
[V]ictory Village. Kid’s daycare. Lots of snow this winter meant lots of checks to see if daycare was open.
Old Duke [W]ebmail. Lotus Notes, then Outlook 2007, now defunct.
[X]KCD. The best comic strip in the world.
[Y]outube. Videos of the cutest kids in the world. Plus I think there are some other videos there…
[Z]. This space left intentionally blank.
And had to add (because it’s so heavily used):