Did you hear about Digg.com? I didn't visit the whole story. Its over at webpronews if you are interested. Something about duplicate content and trouble. Go figure huh ...glad we are not in that hot seat lol
I gave up on digg long ago. Not worth the trouble. Lots of other more "democratic" sites available.
If you'd actually read anything about Digg lately, you'd realize their big problem isn't so much their duplicate content as the fact that they are losing money like crazy since their ads are so poorly handled.
I'm surprised someone from the HubPages/YieldBuild end of things hasn't given them a call. YB sounds like exactly what Digg needs.
Pardon me. What is a YB? :-)
Hehehehehe!!! Newbie jitters....
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