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If you’re like me, you’ve many times found yourself enjoying a page you arrived at via a search engine, a friend’s suggestion or StumbleUpon, and wondered, “How do I find more stuff I’ll like from this site?” Well, now you can! Using the same technology as StumbleUpon’s established web discovery service, StumbleThru recommends other content we think you’ll enjoy from a given domain. This feature is now available for 2,000 different domains, from The Atlantic to ZDNet and UC Berkeley to the University of Virginia (see below for a more expansive list of included domains). Over time, we’ll be adding StumbleThru support for more domains, as the amount of user-curated content from those domains becomes sufficient to ensure a rich, personalizable discovery experience for you.

Stumbling through the 1x.com domain.

How to StumbleThru:

To use StumbleThru, simply thumb-up a page you like from your Web-bar (bookmark this link or click the StumbleUpon badge from the page you’re on) or Chrome bar. You’ll then see a “more” button appear to the right of the green thumb-up button. Click on “more” and, if the page you’ve thumbed up belongs to one of the 2,000 sites included in StumbleThru, you will see the option: “Show me more from this domain…”

Some of the 2,000 domains you can now StumbleThru include:

1x.com – amazing photography
8tracks.com –  great music playlists
5min.com – how-to, instructional and DIY videos
adage.com –  intelligence and conversation for marketing and media communities
adbusters.org – anti-consumerist magazine famous for their spoof ads
allrecipes.com – tens of thousands of user-tested recipes
amazon.com – books, movies, music, games and more
arstechnica.com – technology news, reviews and analysis
berkeley.edu – flagship campus of University of California system
boingboing.net – blog about technology, futurism, science fiction, gadgets
boston.com – breaking news and sports, and incredible photo galleries
cnet.com – tech news and product reviews
designboom.com – Europe’s trendy design magazine with topics on art, fashion, photography and graphics
discovery.com – science, history, space, technology and more
dornob.com – modern home, interior and furniture design and ideas
economist.com – news focusing on international politics, business and opinion
epicurious.com – tens of thousands of recipes from cookbooks, chefs and home cooks
espn.go.com – comprehensive sports news and coverage
etsy.com – handmade and vintage items direct from artists and artisans
ffffound.com – inspiring graphics and photos
flavorpill.com – guide to cultural events in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Miami, and London
flickr.com – photo management and sharing
gawker.com – gossip, trivia and latest news about celebrities
gigaom.com – news and trends on new emerging technologies
gizmodo.com – informative articles about gadgets
harvard.edu – oldest institution of higher learning in the US
health.com – up-to-date medical news and expert medical information
imdb.com – movie descriptions and behind-the-scenes information
instructables.com – instructions for entertaining and useful projects, recipes and hacks
last.fm – expansive music catalogue, free internet radio
mashable.com – news blog covering digital and social media and technology
mentalfloss.com – where knowledge junkies get their fix
mtv.com – the latest music videos and news from your favorite artists
nasa.gov – images, videos and interactive features from the unique perspective of America’s space agency
nationalgeographic.com – maps, photos, videos and articles about animals, cultures and the environment
npr.org – breaking national and world news and commentary about business, politics, health, science, technology, music, arts and culture
reuters.com – the latest news from around the world
slashdot.org – technology news and reviews with a heavy slant towards Linux and Open Source
stanford.edu – leading research and teaching institution
techcrunch.com – group-edited blog about web technology, companies and trends
ted.com – inspiring talks by leading world thinkers
treehugger.com – green news and solutions
tumblr.com – personal short-blogs
virginia.edu – founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819
wikipedia.com – free encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
youtube.com – discover, watch, upload and share videos

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