So, I needed a short break from actual work and I saw a cool experiment done by John Scalzi over at whatever.com and decided I would do the same and show what each letter of the alphabet autocompletes to in Chrome. I do use Firefox as well for a lot of my browsing but I have no good autocomplete there so these are probably not perfect.
a: amazon.com – I do pretty much all my shopping there
b: bitbucket.org – code hosting seems reasonable
c: calendar.google.com – I check my calendar, a lot. I have no idea what I would do without it.
d: docs.google.com – I feel like there are going to be a lot of google websites in here…
e: eecs.umich.edu/~pmchen/eecs482/ – not sure why this is so high up, but it is
f: facebook.com – this does not get that much usage anymore, it did once though
g: google.com – no surprise
h: hulu.com – I do not have a problem, I swear!
i: iphone 5 (after a pause, apparently I do not look at websites starting with i often in chrome)
j: jpevarnek.net – actually not a heavily visited site
k: kuler.adobe.com – a friend showed this to me, it is kind of useful
l: localhost – not that surprising
m: mail.google.com – email is cool
n: nwcal.micirclek.org – this is cool
o: officedepot.com – this probably would not have been here a week ago
p: plus.google.com – more google…
q: qrcode.kaywa.com – I used this kind of recently
r: reader.google.com – the last google link
s: stackoverflow.com – it would be kind of terrible if I was not on this a lot
t: trello.com – this is a really cool todo list site, you should try it
u: umcirclek.org/calendar_bs.php – I like looking at the calendar
v: voice.google.com – oh, forgot about that one
w: whenisgood.net – planning meetings is important, so is checking when people are good
x: xkcd.com – xkcd is awesome!
y: youtube.com – I did not know I looked at videos that often
z: zalman.com – I bought a hard drive case from them a while ago