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It’s official: StumbleUpon Video rocks

Posted in StumbleUpon, Technology by engtech on December 15, 2006

I’m not a big fan of YouTube, because the signal to noise ratio is so high. I am a fan of StumbleUpon. It is a quick way to find interesting and useful websites. They’ve released a new service for videos only, and it’s great. I was immediately getting relevant results because I am already a Stumble Upon user. The results speak for themselves

Stumble #1: A song I like.

Stumble #2: A guy who hooked up his synth to a tesla coil.

Stumble #3: A monkey giving a dog a hand job.

Stumble #4: Leonard Nemoy singing the Ballad of Bilbo Baggins.


Stumble #5: Battlefield 1942: The Pwned Life.

Stumble #6: News report on Yahoo releasing details about a blogger to China.

Stumble #7: Wes Borg… Internet Helpdesk.

Stumble #8: Philips Light Emitting T-shirts commercial.

Stumble #9: Star Wars George Lucas in Love.

Stumble #10: SNL skit: Jack Black’s new birthday song.

Verdict: it’s good. Those are pretty relevant results to my interest for my first time using the service. Read more about StumbleUpon video here. Now if only there was a preference so I could only view videos from YouTube. Google Video takes too long to buffer.

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  1. globelovers said, on December 15, 2006 at 4:07 pm


  2. Dr. Entropic said, on December 15, 2006 at 7:54 pm

    “A monkey giving a dog a hand job.”

    The goddamn moneky swore he’d only keep the video for personal use.

  3. engtech said, on December 15, 2006 at 8:38 pm

    Maybe the monkey needs an audience to get off?

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