A is for Amazon.
B is for Blogger.
C is for CNN.
D is for Dictionary.com.
E is for Expedia, the travel site
F is for Flyertalk, a frequent flyer discussion site.
G is for The Prince George's County Memorial Library System (Geoweb catalog).
H is for Holiday Inn. I stayed at 2 Holiday Inns in May, which is unusual for me.
I is for The Diamondback, the University of Maryland student newspaper, hosted at inform@Maryland.
J is for Jimmy Fallon. I can't remember why I was looking at his site.
K is for Kausfiles, Mickey Kaus's weblog on Slate.
L is for Linens N Things. I only visited that once, when Christina asked me to look up something, so I'm not sure about the algorithm used to pick these sites.
M is for My Yahoo!
N is for Number Theory.
O is for The Obscure Store, a collection of links to unusual news stories.
P is for Pseudoprime.
Q is for...hmm, nothing there.
R is for the Redskins!
S is for Salme.org, Christina's site.
T is for Talking Points Memo, Josh Marshall's political blog.
U is for United, on which I fly 50K+ miles/year.
V is for Vantage House, where I found a link for my previous post.
W is for Wonkette, a political gossip sheet.
X is for Xe.com, host of the very useful Universal Currency Converter.
Y is for Yahoo! Yellow Pages.
Z is another link I was looking up for the previous post.