Digg: web history, broken up for parts Paid Members Public
Alexia, writing for TechCrunch [http://techcrunch.com/2012/07/12/digg-sold-to-linkedin-and-the-washington-post-and-betaworks/] : > Digg was an extremely influential site for anyone who worked in the early era of online publishing, so it being scrapped for parts is sort of weird, especially for those of us who used to beg friends to vote
Le Web: Kevin Rose, Digging Painful Experience Paid Members Public
[https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2011/12/roselane.jpg] Leo Laporte [http://friendfeed.com/leolaporte], Sarah Lane [http://www.sarahlane.com/] and Kevin Rose [http://kevinrose.com] are having something of a love-in on stage, reminiscing about their early days on TechTV [http://www.zdtv.com/
Le Web 3: Kevin Rose of Digg Paid Members Public
In the fine tradition of Le Web 3 softball interviews, Sarah Lacy [http://www.businessweek.com/bios/Sarah_Lacy.htm] just gave Kevin Rose [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_Rose] of Digg [http://www.digg.com] a warm, fluffy loving feeling up on stage, and she asked him again
Digg Me! Newsvine Me! and Other Attention Seeking Tactics Paid Members Public
How useful are “share me” links on articles?