Exclusive video look at new StumbleUpon video service (fun!)

Got two videos of StumbleUpon up. Its new video stumbling service is getting great reviews around blogs.

SF Gate
CenterNetworks: “From what I have seen so far, and from the screenshots below, Stumble Video might become more popular than StumbleUpon’s core service.”
Mashable
TechCrunch
About.com: “It couldn’t be easier.”
Marketing Pilgrim: “Overall, it’s a great feature and very much as addictive as the toolbar.”

Videos on ScobleShow:
Interview and demo of the new video Stumble Upon service. 17-minute video.
Demo of standard StumbleUpon service. Three-minute video.

Comments

  1. [...] PodTech’s Robert Scoble had the exclusive inside video of the launch of Stumbleupon and their video service.    PodTech videos are not yet in the service.  Stay tuned.  However I really got hooked on their service.  It reminded me of hot or not but for random videos.  Here is Robert’s inside view on Stumbleupon’s management chief architect, Garrett Camp, and David Feller, VP of marketing.  [...]

  2. [...] In Robert’s discussion with Kevin Burton last week he admitted that he’d never tried StumbleUpon (jeez, even I’ve tried it), well tonight Robert has posted (and blogged… as has fellow New Englander and PodTech CEO John Furrier) a 17 min interview and a 3 min demo of StumbleUpon.  Okay StumbleUpon itself isn’t new, but StumbleUpon Video is new.  In fact it isn’t live until tomorrow (that would be Thursday, which might be today by the time you read this).  Listening to the interview (I can’t type and watch at the same time) I caught this great quote: [...]

  3. hey there Scoble I would love to watch your videos but 55MB is too huge for me to download. why can’t you upload the videos to Youtube or Revver I am sure a lot more people will watch it.

  4. hey there Scoble I would love to watch your videos but 55MB is too huge for me to download. why can’t you upload the videos to Youtube or Revver I am sure a lot more people will watch it.