They are really like tidal pools where strange new life forms flourish. Every once in a while they pop up on an aggregator site, but are usually forgotten about just as quickly as they are found.
There needs to be a FidoNet for the web
The bigger you go, the harder the road. Meanwhile, small, focused, and yes, exclusionary community sites flourish. Matt Haughey made several key decisions in the formation of MetaFilter, but the most important one was to limit growth.
Digg sold for $16 million, not $500K.
What about my data from the old Digg?
We believe that users own their data. We’re working on a system that will extract all user data from the old Digg infrastructure. In August we’re launching an archive website for users of the old Digg to find, browse, and share a history of their submissions, diggs, and comments.
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