[F]lickr.com â€” my best friend on the Web, stuck in an relationship I'm pretty sure isn't good for them.
[K]indle.amazon.com/most_popular â€” evidence for all crowds being wise, except for wise crowds, or popular not equating to interesting.
[O]shug.org â€” the monthly Open Source Hardware meetup which I co-organise with Andrew.
[Q]uora.com â€”Â rather embarrassed by that one, given it's certainly not somewhere I hang out. Guess there are too few q's in my history.
Top Gun - Memo[R]able Quotes â€” crikey! What can I say? That isn't pretty!
[S]peakers.osmosoft.com â€” the Web page we use to control the speakers above people's desks in our office, via Andrew's switcheroo.
[V]is.stanford.edu â€” I remain a wannabe data visualization guy.
www.[W]3.org â€” as I'm supposedly BT's Advisory Committee representative.
[X]mlsummerschool.com â€” where I've been known to wave my hands around.
[Y]outube.com â€” where I ritually mark videos I watch and like as a â€œfavouriteâ€, but which it turns out Google want to keep it to themselves, hidden behind a hash-bang. Guess I need to extract them, and put them under my own control, or they'll be lost like my old Tweets.
Art Finder A-[Z] â€” where I looked in vain for Athanasius Kircher. I was excited by the sound of somewhere to collect art I like, but whilst Art Finder looks lovely it left me feeling more like a visitor to an exclusive gallery, deigned to look at the precious, copyrighted things, before being funnelled towards the gift shop. I'm hopeful they'll fix that, knowing who is behind it, but for now I'll stick with Tumblr.
So a fun exercise, for me at least. I wonder how long we'll have an address bar for, given how little respect for The Web this current crop of browser vendors seem to have.