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Brian has found out how to delete one's SU account, if needed
the needs of the many outweighed the needs of the few...
SU has released their official blog-export tool. i'm studying its output over dinner.

i'll likely be able to import the blog files within a week :)
It's the official SU blog export tool!
Now you don't have to worry about whether your blog is safe... just use the export tool :)
I'm working on an importer for the exported files...
Heh heh, the new design looks rather familiar... it must be time to advance my own UI design :D
Heh heh, the new design looks rather familiar... it must be time to advance my own UI design :D
visitors are nice, but eventually advertisers will start to consider conversion rates
visitors are nice, but eventually advertisers will start to consider conversion rates
A temporary reprieve in the switch from Classic! I'm impressed; good work, SU managers :D
A temporary reprieve in the switch from Classic! I'm impressed; good work, SU managers :D
a fascinating glimpse at SU's early revenue models. thanks to xtine66 for forwarding this find!
a page of ancient StumbleUpon! i love computer archaeology :) thanks to xtine66
a look back at SU Classic, 2003. thanks to amatapingveno
i'm surprised to stumble upon this! i literally get a headache using V3, so i'm creating an SU alternative that works a lot like classic. join me there to continue the community: OverRun
A 2002 version of StumbleUpon's Learn More page.

From the page: "Often the best sites are the hardest ones to find, and stumbleupon lets you share these gems you come across with other community members."

I think this is the essence of StumbleUpon.
fellow stumblers, join "SU: Classic Future" group to vote for keeping SU's Classic look. i'm matt and i approve this message. thanks to xtine66 for the find :D