Fun little experiment to try out: go to your browser’s address bar (works best in desktop Chrome) and record your top websites that autocomplete for each of the letters . And if you’re feeling especially brave, share the results with the world… 😈 a-z My Google Chrome autocomplete results for A-Z. My Results A) - no surprises here. 🛍 amazon.com B) - mirror for the torrents. baypirateproxy.org thepiratebay C) - for all your anime needs. crunchyroll.com D) - kinda old school, but I prefer checking it to any personalized newesfeeds for generic news. digg.com E) - Useful TODO list app (I’ve recently switched to and couldn’t be happier). en.todoist.com todoist notion F) - Duh, though I’ve disabled my FB news feed with the chrome plugin so I don’t visit nearly as often as I used to. facebook.com News Feed Eradicator G) - Open source work consumes a lot of my time. ⭐️ is a reasonably distant second place here. github.com grubhub.com H) - Netflix’s younger cousin.. cause some stuff’s only available on Hulu. hulu.com I) - Really interesting new design tool that aims to make design + dev collaboration much easier. interplayapp.com J) - Very useful curated list of high quality React components. js.coach/react K) - Old KickAssTorrents mirror that is out of date. katcr.co L) - Ahh the joys of local web development. 😄 http://localhost:3000 M) - I use FB Messenger a lot more than SMS ever since I spent a few years living abroad in Thailand. International SMS is clunky but internet messaging platforms always “just work”. And of those platforms like Line, Wechat, etc., the only one where 99% of my friends have accounts is FB Messenger. messenger.com N) - Hacker News! 😎 I was a little surprised didn’t make it as my #1 but these days I stream more from external devices than my primary laptop. Also rounding out my top 3. news.ycombinator.com Netflix nytimes.com O) - Cause some companies force you to use Outlook 🤷 outlook.com P) - As a serial entrepreneur, Product Hunt’s a daily visit for me. producthunt.com Q) Leaving this one out as it’s an admin dashboard for async jobs for a recent project of mine. R) - The constant rabbit-hole of Reddit. :sigh: reddit.com S) - Torrent directory listing. seventorrentsmirror.info T) - This one’s probably my most visited. FOMO for better or worse… twitter.com U) - Excellent royalty-free stock photo site. unsplash.com V) - Crunchyroll’s cooler sister made by the same peeps. Anime streaming central. vrv.co W) - Reasonably unbiased news. wsj.com X) This was the only letter that didn’t autocomplete to any website for me… no seriously, it didn’t autocomplete even though there were results… I wonder if this is a built-in privacy mechanism of Chrome because I definitely don’t use Incognito mode... 🤷 Y) - I spend a lot more time on here than I probably should. :sigh: youtube.com Z) - Cause health’s important yo. zocdoc.com Categories These results can be roughly grouped into the following categories: Streaming (Hulu, VRV, YouTube, Crunchyroll, and various torrent sites) Software (localhost, GitHub, ProductHunt, js.coach) News (WSJ, Digg, Twitter, Hacker News) Social (Twitter, Facebook, Messenger) Insights I stream a LOT of video and ❤️ torrents (shout out to ). WebTorrent I’m pretty surprised there’s nothing NSFW on this list. 🕵 I’m sure there are a few results on here that would be novel and/or surprising to you and vice-versa. Conclusion So what is your alphabet of most visited websites? If you’re feeling brave, share some standouts from your list in the comments below or mention me @transitive_bs on Twitter! Hopefully this was a fun little experiment for you.. in a similar vein to ProductHunt sharing the most sticky apps that people use a lot but most people don’t know about ( ). example Also, gimme some of them claps 👏 👏 👏 Cheers!