Want another way to find out what other people are looking at? The Fast Forward add-on for Firefox is an interesting one. It adds a fast forward button to the browser, so you can see what is the top page that most people look at after looking at the page you are on. For example, if you were on FirefoxFacts.com, and hit the button – it might lead you to Mitchelaneous.com, because more people went to that web site next more so than any other web site online.
They describe it as Amazon recommendations for web pages. Such as, “People who viewed this page also viewed this next page…”. Why use FastForward compared to StumbleUpon? Here are the reasons they give:
- Page Relevance – We give relevant results based on the page you are on, it isn’t something random.
- No Registration. We don’t ask for any personal information to use the service.
- Only 1 button – We only add 1 small FastForward button, not a toolbar.
They boast having over 200,000 people contributing and over 40,000 websites in our system. So, chances are you should find some good results (for at least popular web sites). You can learn more at buzzbox.com or pick up the extension on Firefox’s add-on web site.