Firefox: Want to navigate your browsing history in a visual way? Voyage turns your history into a web of nodes, linked together by their connections to each other and sized based on the number of visits
Once you've installed Voyage you can access it via the history menu or by typing about:voyage in the address bar. The Voyage interface shows your daily browsing history (or any prior day you select), with the sites you've visited represented by their site favicons in circles sized to represent the popularity of the site in your history file.
In the screenshot above you can see how we visited Google, searched, and visited search results—the sites on the spokes coming off Google. It's an interesting way to see the most popular sites in your browser history and trace your browsing and searches through a network of pages. Mousing over the circles highlights the web they belong to and shows the last three sites you visited off that source, clicking on them gives you a full list of sites you've visited from the source.
If you'd prefer to browse your history in a visual way but with more information up front check out previously reviewed History Tree. Have a favourite tool for wrangling your browsing history? Let's hear about it in the comments. Voyage is free and works wherever Firefox does.