Well it is slowly coming back around, but for a good month there the new Digg was painful.
I never really found Digg very exciting, it seems very one dimensional.
I stopped using the old Digg when they wouldn't allow any more hubs or hubpages...do they now?
I stopped using digg a long time ago, I benefited from the digg effect on a few occasions, but the amount I earned from millions of visitors was what I would normally expect to earn from a few thousand.
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