AntiSocial Digg



Well Social bookmarking sites have gained a lot of popularity these days and digg is one of the best and famous social bookmarking sites out there . But this article at Forevergeek will make you question the social nature of digg.

10 Comments

  1. Thats a nice article. Also Digg users are responsible for lots of Flame wars if u ask me… they jus keep on arguing as if they have all time in the world

    ps. add an http:// before each link u add 🙂

  2. Sorry Chrono
    Couldnt pay much attention to your article at that time as i didnt have a lot of knowledge or interest about digg .

  3. Arjun says:

    It was the users stamping their authority on the Internet. Web 2.0 is all about the Users and not much can be done to contain them.I read watblog….check this link out for further info.http://www.watblog.com/?content=detail&id=682
    Cheers

  4. Vse promolchat nikto ne skazhe. Mckenzie Riikka.

  5. rony john says:

    I never noticed these points..

  6. and oh i with my girl who i though was my worl. Zaid Bethanie.

  7. but your much on my mind, you often get declin. Frederik Kyleigh.

  8. Sumesh says:

    Yeah, Digg sucks big time. They have all the influence in the world, but who cares? The most idiotic stories make it, but well-researched articles have often not made it, thanks to the topic not being Apple/open-source/Google/Politics etc.

  9. Sumesh says:

    PS: The URL to digg, above in your post, does not work. Currently, its of the form http://whoismadhur.com/www.digg.com

    I had written an article explaining why it happens, maybe you’d be interested:
    Don’t forget http in WP posts.