questionsis woot your homepage? / what is your homepage?

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My home page is about:blank. Whenever i launch my browser, it's rare for me to want to go to any specific page so I don't want to wait for anything to load before I can navigate away from it. i use my bookmark bar for commonly accessed pages so I can still get to them with one click.

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FF opens with 13 tabs for me of which 9 are Woot related.

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Safari opens for me in top pages, but the woot sites are thumbtacked, and deals.woot is usually my first stop. I mean, I have to figure out where I'm going to spend that money I earn, right?

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I have a custom page I use for my homepage. I design it specifically to be graphic free and fast loading. the part that actually takes the longest is a google search bar I have embedded.

Whenever I update it, I have two parts. the first part is links to sites that I visit like EVERY day (or in some cases every hour). The second is a list of sites that I want access to no matter where I may be accessing the page from (I.e. it's a form of on-line cloud based bookmarks). I've had this page for over 15 years. I update it with new links from time to time.
the top links are currently, woot, dilbert, and live.twit.tv along with a link to the web-interface for an online game I have been playing of late.

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On my smartphone, Woot is my homepage, for those late 1 am est times when I am in ed and MUST KNOW what the new woot is!

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My homepage is the Chrome new tabs page opened up to the recently visited websites part.

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Chrome opens Gmail for me, followed by Woot.

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At home it's http://www.msstate.edu/

At work it's an internal page with useful docs and links.

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Shirt.woot might at well be my homepage; it's the first thing that I look at every morning. I just have it set to the google search page.

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ATT mail. I have thought about having a few other pages including deals.woot as additional tabs, but I'd just as soon open it on demand rather than wait for it to load every time I check my mail.

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At work, my homepage is the internal company page. At home, it's gmail. That's usually where I start browsing, so it works well for me.

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@thunderthighs: That's excessive, But I guess it's your job.

My home page is the Chrome launching page but I also have google plus set as my home page because I'm the one guy on google plus. I actually got on ebay and paid a buck for an invite during the beta. I'm a nerd.

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My homepage is http://deals.woot.com/deals/fresh I had no idea one could choose something different.

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@gideonfrost: A programmer friend sent me an invite when it launched, but I didn't know what it was and didn't follow through. I have regretted ever signing up for a Facebook page. I was using a print service that gave me a free photo book once a month but could only get photos from Facebook, so I signed up for that express reason and have been pestered by people I barely know ever since. Stop emailing me cows! I have no time to care for them! They are starving in my mailbox! Quit writing on my walls, you vandals!

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At work, though, it's Fauxbar (a Chrome addon), because I still like how Firefox does its address bar, but I can't handle using Firefox anymore becaue of all the performance problems.

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Homepage is Google but I have Gmail pinned so it's always opened with Firefox too.