Caught your attention with that one, didn't I? But it's nothing inappropriate, considering. Actually, it's a new love affair with the Web.
I'm completely enamored of Stumble Upon, a neat little plug-in for Firefox (and Explorer) that essentially allows "channel-surfing" of the internet.
The premise is simple: "past behavior is the best indicator of future behavior". As you peruse your favorite sites, you rate and provide a snippet of information about each. The more sites you rate, the better your recommendations become (not so different from the Amazon algorithm). And, the toolbar has some other nifty widgets, too, like Wikipedia page "stumbles" -- something that gives this trivia-loving geek the chills.