Written on: 20/04/2008
I came across stumbleupon by chance and quite liked the the idea that these cool folks would take the chance out of my surfing experience and give me only the good stuff.
Vicarious serendipity maybe in my opinion.
It would also take my laziness to another level altogether.
So far etc.
But, and it is of small country proportions, the site dominated my browser window by showing me what it would be like with its fancy must have toolbar as far as I am concerned and with every inadvertent... (read more)
Written on: 27/10/2007 by elgatoil (1 review written)
My wife was interested in trying stumble upon so she joined and then sent me an invitation. When I joined it looked at my contact list and had pre-checked a couple of email ID's. I unchecked all but my wife's and one other person whom I thought would be receptive to the whole thing. I clicked continue. The next day all these people I hardly knew and had no intention of inviting to look at my choice of web sites were emailing me asking me why I gave this site their email address. When I... (read more)
Written on: 20/11/2006 by georgezacharias (13 reviews written)
Yet another web 2.0 service, but this one really introduces a new way of browsing the information superhighway. Stumbleupon is a good toolbar. (read more)
Written on: 09/09/2005 by Aurora (4 reviews written)
Updated review - September 9th 2005. Updated to prove that this is my review... I posted it here first and then in the Mozilla add-on assessment page. I am now being accused of plagiarising my own work - which is kind of difficult, no?
Also available at the following sources (all of which are MY accounts):
Stumble Upon works on all browsers except Safari, IE for Apple Mac, and Opera.... (read more)
Written on: 04/08/2005 by Aurora (4 reviews written)
StumbleUpon (www.stumbleupon.com): Choice and variety are the best aspects of the underlying idea is that you select topics that interest you. You then use the stumble button to visit related random websites, which are reviewed by other stumblers. You can either agree or disagree with their ratings and post your own comments; or you can simply move on to the next site/topic.
Although the site is free for all to use, you can gain extra access by paying a small amount ($10 per year). It is... (read more)
Written on: 01/04/2004 by daneee69 (4 reviews written)
StumbleUpon is the most addictive thing I have found on the web in all my time of using it - even more additive than trying to hit a falling penguin with a club!
Once you've downloaded the toolbar from their site you're ready to embark on leaving little footprints 'underneath' each and every website out there.
It's a very simple idea, you either give a thumbs up or a thumbs down to each site you visit, with the option of leaving a little message to other stumbler's that erm... stumble upon... (read more)
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