Autocomplete alphabets

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The quickest way to get to a website is: click on the URL bar, type a letter and press enter. Some websites own the key on my keyboard – T [ENTER] is my reflex for getting Twitter. Similarly F for Facebook, E for Ebay. Other letters change over time with the quick access up for grabs. This is my Autocomplete Alphabet as of June:

A is for Amazon.co.uk
Obviously

B is for BBC.co.uk
The news in ten.

C is for Cyclingweekly.co.uk
They put interesting links in my Twitter feed.

D is for Delhaize.be
My current client’s website.

E is for Ebay.co.uk
It’s normally cheaper on Amazon.

F is for Facebook.com
I only seem to use it for chat these days.

G is for Guardian.co.uk
Because I’m a wooly liberal champagne socialist.

H is for Homehifi.co.uk
I’m after a DAC for the HiFi.

I is for Ikea.com
There are times that you just need some flat-pack.

J is for Jsbin.com
For prototyping interactions

K is for Keep.google.com
My preferred to do list and note software.

L is for Live.cyclingnews.com
Keeping track of all the action.

M is for My.tado.com
Nest is for losers.

N is for Notonyourkeyboard.com
Hey, I made this – I’m famous!

O is for Ocado.com
I don’t shop there, I’ve been researching supermarkets for the current project.

P is for Pixlr.com
Aparently not all computers come with Photoshop installed.

Q is for … err … not much …
Move along – theres nothing to see here

R is for Raintoday.co.uk
When not if.

S is for Screwfix.com
Renovators gonna renovate

T is for Twitter.com
#standard

U is for Ubiq.com
Giving myself lots of nerd-points for this :-) Reading up on ubiquitous computing.

V is for Virginmedia.com
We actually have BT Infinity…

W is for Web.whatsapp.com
Being about to type on a real keyboard is better than typing on phones – who knew…

X is for … lets not go there …
Actually it comes up with a document in my Google Drive.

Y is for Youtube.com
Just don’t read the comments.

Z is for Zeplin.io
Looked at it once, didn’t use it.

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