go to the top level domain directly instead of hunting and hoping that they have a link there
going up several directories on an ftp site
go from reddit.com/r/starcraft to reddit.com/r/nba
go from a foo.github.io/bar docs page to github.com/foo/bar instead of hunting, and hoping, for a link
increment the page number on a blog by several instead of clicking next repeatedly
prepend http://www.google.com/url?q= to NYTimes urls to avoid paywall
add ?limit=100 to see more comments on reddit comment page
going to a new topic on wikipedia
This change was akin to Microsoft removing the Start menu.
And it highlights the importance of open source software.
And demonstrates how greed (seriously, how much MORE money and success does google need at this point) betrays quality.
Keep using duckduckgo, everyone!