What are your alphabet sites?

One nice thing about web browsers these days is that they’re so darn helpful. You start typing something and they jump in and try to finish your thoughts. And they’re often right too. Recently I went through my browser to see what sites come up with each letter. These aren’t necessarily the most visited sites in total, but are the most visited for each letter and provide an interesting snapshot.


A: athingirl.com

The blog of my friend, Susannah Bianchi

B: bobybangladesh.wordpress.com

The blog of one of my students

C: cracked.com

D: dictionary.com

E: esl.org

Not a site about English as a Second Language, as you might expect from someone who teachers ESL for a living.

F: facebook.com

G: google.com

H: huffingtonpost.com

I: intensiveenglishuiu.com

The blog for my Intensive English Program

J: jukepop.com

This is an odd one, since I think I’ve only been to this site once. It’s a writing/publishing site. Apparently, J sites aren’t that common for me.

K: kayak.com

L: lulu.com

A self-publishing site I use if I need a book printed.

M: mail.google.com

N: netflix.com

O: oelweingrandtheatre.com

The theater near us

P: print.uiu.edu

Clearly I don’t visit a lot of sites that start with P. This isn’t even a real site. I typed it in by accident once.

Q: (none: apparently I don’t go to any sites that start with Q)

R: rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com

The blog of Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, the moderator of the Friday Fictioneers group

S: spreadshirt.com

This is the site I use for my T-shirt line (available here!)

T: thesaurus.com

U: uiu.edu

My university website

V: verizonwireless.com

W: wordpress.com

No surprise here.

X: xkcd.com

If you don’t know what XKCD is yet, go there now.

Y: youtube.com

Z: zonmal.com

This is a great site for anyone who wants to look up Chinese characters that are used in Korea. You know who you are.

So, what are your alphabet sites? You know you’re dying to go look now.


About David Stewart

I am a writer of anything quirky and weird. I love most genres of fiction and in each there are stories that I would consider "my kind of story". View all posts by David Stewart

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