Thursday, 22 December 2005
It's time to let serendipity guide the way you surf the web. Visit Stumble-Upon, and expand your horizons. It's a social search engine plugin that lets you find interesting websites according to categories that you set up. Each time you get to a site, you give it a thumbs up, or a thumbs down. If you don't like a site, it'll remember this, and will stop sending you sites of a similar kind.
The more sites you vote for, the more likely it is that you'll receive sites you'll enjoy.
The great thing is that you can vote for ANY site, not just the ones it serves up for you.
And it keeps a complete history of all of your stumbles, allowing you to find that site you loved but can't recall properly.
You can also tag sites and search for specific tags.
Very powerful. Very joyous. And totally free. A huge thumbs up to Stumble-Upon from me.
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