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11 June 2010

What's yer home page? I'm finally ready to give up on Yahoo! after a long passionless marriage.
Don't really have one, always just restore the session when I restart the browser.
posted by octothorpe 11 June | 18:41

Actually these days it's the browser default I think.. firefox opens google & chrome opens a tile of recent pages hmm
posted by Firas 11 June | 18:41
my gmail.
posted by gaspode 11 June | 18:51
Play by Play.
posted by ThePinkSuperhero 11 June | 18:57
Chrome's new tab page, or Opera's speed dial page.
posted by Obscure Reference 11 June | 19:05
iGoogle. It's meh.
posted by Doohickie 11 June | 19:08
Simple Google page.
posted by Ardiril 11 June | 19:28
Same as OR, the new tabs page in Chrome.
posted by BoringPostcards 11 June | 20:19
Firefox Google, although the computer that I don't use much is set to iGoogle for some news feeds.
posted by dhartung 11 June | 20:31
iGoogle. I like the news and gmail panels.
posted by DarkForest 11 June | 20:46
Google news so I can see if disaster has struck.
posted by notquitemaryann 11 June | 20:47
posted by unsurprising 11 June | 21:20
gmail and google calendar. Then...shortly after opening, I ctrl-click brizzly, facebook and flickr.

I think facebook has slowed flickr's traffic lately, and I wish that weren't the case.
posted by richat 11 June | 21:25
posted by iconomy 11 June | 22:23
Wikipedia. Sometimes I learn something.
posted by Marxchivist 11 June | 22:28
One of my own websites
posted by gomichild 12 June | 00:15
My blog. But I have no idea why.
posted by rhapsodie 12 June | 01:33
Mine is Yahoo, mostly because I use the calendar. I also only use Yahoo mail for a couple of specific things and probably would forget to check it if I didn't have it previewing the mail on my home page.
posted by Senyar 12 June | 03:16
iGoogle most of the time, but I also like Chrome's new tab page.

I tried one of those homepage RSS aggregators for awhile, but lost interest pretty quickly. I realize my "home" page should be a place where I can peek out at the internet in small, comfortable doses -- not something that's like having multiple TV's blaring at me, each one tuned to a different news channel.
posted by treepour 12 June | 03:30
Whoa, this question inspired me to get rid of ugly iGoogle and switch to this pretty little thing.
posted by unsurprising 12 June | 04:49
I used about:blank for a long time, but since Safari 4 came out I use Top Sites (both MeFi and MeCha are pinned into two of the slots). Wikipedia is a good one though.
posted by gc 12 June | 05:54
I have a portal on my own website, but mainly I just restore.
posted by Eideteker 12 June | 06:57
I use Firefox and have it open with three tabs: MeFi admin page, Recent Activity and my email.
posted by jessamyn 12 June | 09:23
unsurprising, that my faves thing is cool!
posted by chewatadistance 12 June | 11:51
iGoogle, so I can read my horoscope, check my email and the NYT headlines all at once.
posted by mygothlaundry 12 June | 11:52
Tiles in Chrome. iGoogle in Firefox. MSN in IE8.

posted by desjardins 12 June | 11:56
Hmm, I guess that I do have a hope page. I just hit the little house icon on FF and it sent me to the Firefox Google page.
posted by octothorpe 12 June | 12:57
I change home pages in spastic fashion but Symbaloo is nice. I'm using it now.
posted by halonine 12 June | 19:20
You could just roll your own.
posted by fogovonslack 12 June | 22:11
None, although for all practical purposes it might as well be mefi.
posted by doctor_negative 13 June | 11:46
posted by deborah 14 June | 15:35
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