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    http://digg.com/

    http://digg.com/ tech news/stuff site. its pretty good, its like slashdot.org but more modern, infact slashdot has alot of diggs storys hours or dayx later than digg. check it out.

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    Re: http://digg.com/

    blocked due to the amusing amount 'how to get round your school filter to get to myspace' stories.

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    Re: http://digg.com/

    Wow, I didn't think someone would actually post an advert to a site that is the 88th most popular site on the net. I think everyone on here should have heard of it by now

    That said, it is sometimes a good site and sometimes a bad site - full of ignorant people who think they know everything about the world.

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    Re: http://digg.com/

    Well I didn't know about it so thanks!

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    Re: http://digg.com/

    Very web 2.0. Confusing, trashy and full of mis-information.

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    Re: http://digg.com/

    yeah suprisingly few people know about it i thought, considering how big it apparently is.
    Admittidly it isnt as good as it was a year or so ago, the ranking systems fooked. But behind the front page there is usually good stuff.

    Is that a dig at web 2.0?
    The layout and looks pretty good i thought, using grid system and shiny icons, yeah its web 2.0.
    mis-information partially granted though haha.

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    Digg: An alternate presentation:

    Link: Digg | River

    Logging in with your Digg username/password you are presented with a screen as shown [see attached picture]
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    Boo! reddit.com: what's new online! is 10x better

    and Hacker News is 100x better

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    I use [and prefer Reddit] It is just that I had not seen DiggRiver until today and thought it worth noting here.

    Haven't seen http://news.ycombinator.com though. Checking that shortly.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    Digg: An alternate presentation:

    Link: Digg | River

    Logging in with your Digg username/password you are presented with a screen as shown [see attached picture]
    Good to know you trust them so much as to share passwords with them in the clear...

    I have had so much spam from examples like http://www.raymond.cc/blog/archives/...hing-websites/

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    It might be just me but I don't really get news aggregation websites like those, they've always just seemed full of rubbish.

    I much prefer going to a site I know I like, opening interesting articles in new tabs and just reading them. RSS is also just an unnecessary middle-man between headlines and the stuff I actually want to read.

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    2004 called and wanted their links back.

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    lol @ ICTGUY

    I stick with what I know, El Reg and Fark... cant go wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by webman View Post
    It might be just me but I don't really get news aggregation websites like those, they've always just seemed full of rubbish.

    I much prefer going to a site I know I like, opening interesting articles in new tabs and just reading them. RSS is also just an unnecessary middle-man between headlines and the stuff I actually want to read.
    RSS is awesome. I dont even need to open a website, I have all the feeds in the toolbar in firefox from about 7 different news sources, edugeek feed, TV releases, The register etc etc, and just click on the icon and get all the articles. I can then just open the relevent ones in new tabs. Really good. IMO

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