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My Times

Oct - 17 - 2007
Nicole C. Engard

How many homepages can one person have? There’s My Yahoo!, My Google, My … fill in the blank here. Anyway, now the NY Times wants to give you a homepage – My Times.

My Times is a free service that lets you create a personalized page with what you like best in The New York Times and your favorite sites and blogs from all over the Web. This personalized service makes it easy to read all that you like, from one central place.

So, take your pick – which homepage best fits your needs?

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3 Responses so far.

  1. Meg Kribble says:

    “which homepage best fits your needs?”

    A blank one! Although at work I start with tabs for our OPAC and my bloglines page, since I usually check the latter right after my email every morning. I’m also likely to need to look something up at some point, though I’ll probably axe the OPAC tab once I figure out how to make an opensearch plug-in for it.

  2. Minerva says:

    I love Netvibes and Pageflakes. I might like Netvibes a little bit more, but I think it depends on the time of day and what my feeds are up to.

  3. Megan says:

    None! I have synchronized my Firefox toolbar bookmarks across the three computers I use and rely upon those to get where I need to get, both at home and at work. For each bookmark I’ve removed the description and use only the favicon for the page, which lets me see 31 favicons and 2 folders.

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