WHAT IS... your current homepage?

Philippines
August 30, 2009 6:13pm CST
"What you are is what you eat" as some would say, and our habits are testimonies to our character. All these age-old adages are just different ways of saying that our behavior reflects our personality - internet browsing included. I'm not completely sure about the veracity of this claim but having http://www.netvibes.com mirrors myself, in a nutshell; I'm an idea enthusiast and a stickler for design. How about you, what is your current homepage? And if applicable, how is this telling of your personality?
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@sunny68 (1327)
• India
31 Aug 09
well i have not selected any homepage and it is blank. "how does it tell about my personality?"?? i am not sure but i currently am not bound by any responsibility or liabilities. i wonder if the two can be related...LOL
@realan (520)
• United States
31 Aug 09
At work my homepage is my company's intranet home page. At home it's just yahoo. I leave it on yahoo because I check my yahoo mail first. Don't think it really reflects my perdonality.
• Australia
31 Aug 09
I'm a stickler for simplicity and function...hence my choice http://neuskool.com/ If I need to find anything, I've got it a keystroke away.
• United States
30 Aug 09
I use AOL as my homepage and i have used this for as long as i can remember and it probably it the most used i would imagine because it has been around for so long and its a site that people can trust. I also dont see it telling anything about my personality at all, but i do like reading up on the news stories that they post and i like how they are always updating the news on their to keep you updated. I also use AOL as my email so having it as my homepage makes it easier to check my email and that is usually the first thing ido when i get online.
• China
30 Aug 09
Has been using the about:blank home page to do, mainly to open fast. I use the Firefox browser, it has very strong security and scalability, as the browser's code is all open, how the level of your JAVA good enough, then you can change a lot of restrictions. I've been using forward, feeling very good. Friends can also try.