Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Will Prine relies on the serendipity of StumbleUpon to discover Web gems such as a surreal photo of painter Salvador Dali walking an anteater or a video of a bird befuddled by a laser pointer. “And I’ve taken college courses,” the Melbourne, Fla., resident said. “I actually stumbled upon free online astronomy classes offered by Yale.” For Prine and millions of other “stumblers,” San Francisco’s StumbleUpon Inc. provides an addictive daily habit that they say is better than Facebook or Twitter for discovering interesting, helpful or inspiring topics to share with friends.
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