I’ve written about this before @ PracticalHacks, so forgive the redundancy – but I use this tool every single day and it saves me a good deal of time and I just want to make sure you’re aware of it.
Say you’re stumbling through sites and you find a site that looks interesting – but the article or post that’s been submitted to Stumbleupon is a bit older… “What’s on the homepage?” you might wonder – hit a single button in your toolbar (Firefox) and you’re there in an instant. No searching for a “Home” button.
Or… you’re on a favorite news or media site (The New York Times, for instance) and have clicked through a series of article links and are deep into the site. Want to go to the homepage in a flash? Click the “Go to Home” link and you’re there in a heartbeat.
I wish I could recall where I first saw this and credit the person who created it…. but I can’t remember where I found it. If you’re the author: THANK YOU.
Firefox users: drag the “Go to Home” link below to your Firefox Bookmarks Toolbar. To get to any site’s homepage, just click on this newly installed bookmark…. slick!
Internet Explorer: Right click on the link below and select “Add to Favorites” — then to use, select Favorites/Go to Home… semi-slick!
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