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Former Digg CEO Kevin Rose talks about how he broke up the assets of Digg, from the servers themselves, to the engineers. He also talks about how he didn’t like the site’s design at the time. Posted via email from jboitnott’s posterous
Social media moves too fast to wait for sites to update. Twitter streams move faster than most people can read. Facebook updates in real time all the time. StumbleUpon is ever-fresh and Reddit is in a constant state of flux. The Digg front page, however, has been moving very slow, often not updating for hours....
You have to hand it to news aggregator Digg.com. The site is making solid attempts at bringing community back by introducing new features on the site’s front page. The efforts are commendable, but Digg has to be careful it doesn’t trip over its own feet. In the past several days, engineers at Digg rolled out...
Well it looks like Digg is better than Reddit and Reddit is better than Digg…let me ask you…how’d you get here? There are some pretty insightful and amusing revelations in these Google Suggests, like “Facebook is for losers,” “Twitter is for old people” and “MySpace is ghetto.” It also looks like all of these sites...
If you are active on Digg.com you receive a steady stream of email notifications telling you that people are now following your account, because they are “interested in what you are up to on Digg!” or some such. Well as if that steady stream of “fan following” wasn’t enough… it’s apparently started coming from the...
“Diggers don’t die we multiply.” – Neal Rodriguez I’ve been getting a lot of requests from people on what they should do to get started with a publisher account on the new version of Digg. I’m really not interested in saying too much myself – since it can all be said relatively easily by my...
My whole life is about META. I worked at TV stations so long that at times I felt more interested in TV station culture and life than I was with the actual delivering of the information. The latest gossip about where a reporter or news director had just gotten a new job always enthralled me....
I never thought I would actually have the chance to meet the great digger Tal Siach. He’s Israeli, and since he’s on the other side of the Earth, that means I’m never going to get to meet him right? Not so. He visited the States over the last week for the Consumer Electronics show in...

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