Whats in your bookmarks?

  dontmeshwithme 22:51 10 Jul 2006
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It seems nowadays half the net traffic is either ebay or itunes so I am interested to know what are the top sites people visit and why, you never know there might just be a hidden gem somewhere?

Mine are
click here - for news, weather and Sport
click here - for the latest shareware
click here - Obviously

and finally this highly addictive waste of time as featured in computer magazine. click here

  Totally-braindead 22:58 10 Jul 2006

Lets see reading down my favourites, PCA, no surprise there, then Ebay and a couple of video sites Putfile and YouTube and 2 files with a lot of sites marked Computer Parts and Computer Links, then the Tiscali Speedtest and a few games sites for games I'm playing at the moment and the Monday Lottery website and thats about it. Thinking about it I really should get round to subdiving the Computer Links bit as its getting a bit unwieldy.
I assume when you're talking about bookmarks you are refering to Firefox but I'm still using Internet Explorer.

  Totally-braindead 23:00 10 Jul 2006

subdiving = subdividing. Really must read what I type a bit more carefully.

  nigg 23:10 10 Jul 2006
  wolfie3000 23:39 10 Jul 2006

Heres mine,

click here

click here

click here

click here

click here

click here

click here

And of course the pc advisor forum.

  Slim Shady 00:22 11 Jul 2006
  skidzy 02:45 11 Jul 2006

I can see this thread setting a new record for Click Here's :-)

Interesting though.

My Bookmarks contain mainly references from PCA,and like Totally-braindead says...must sort them out !

  spuds 11:32 11 Jul 2006

click here Find's most places and good answers to boot!.

  SG Atlantis® 11:48 11 Jul 2006

gsmarena
ebanking
yahoo mail
play
game.net
pcadvisor
bbc

mostly though I use google to get me to the site in question, or type the address. I have a good memory for things like that, address, numbers etc etc.

  rezeeg 14:46 11 Jul 2006

bbc
pca
pfc
my banks
- all in my favourites (within favorites) and are the sites I mostly visit,
but also have folders:
shops
help and downloads
news and factual
which contain a myriad of sites.

  Woolwell 15:53 11 Jul 2006

Folders for:
Shopping - Amazon, etc
Travel - National Rail, AA, RAC, Expedia
Houses - RightMove and local estate agents (moved 2 years ago and son is moving now and the internet is great for house hunting)
Family History - Census and Ancestry.co.uk
Computing - PC Advisor, etc
Local Information - Local council, vet, doctor

No real hidden gems

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