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Many have argued that Digg and Netscape are very different. Certainly, there are some obvious differences like the user demographics. There is also a big difference in the look and feel of the user interfaces.
The range of topics on Netscape is broader, and less focused, but Digg has been moved closer to that in recent months as almost a defense of the turf.
BUT... are they really that different? Content? Story promotion methods? Content sources? Operations? Rules?
USA Today takes a pop at internet techies citing the Wisdom of Crowds, suggesting that the recent digg and wikipedia controversies may show the idea is fallacious. David Freedman takes another swipe in â€˜Whatâ€™s Next: The Idiocy of Crowdsâ€˜ published at Inc.com, saying that on the internet, â€œthe scum tends to rise to the topâ€.
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This is a collection of RSS Video feeds from the most popular video sites on the web including: YouTube, iFilm, Google Video, MetaCafe, Grouper, Revver, Digg Video, Blip.tv, Addicting Clips, Daily Motion, Vidilife, and the Internet Archive.
digg.com is a social news site and del.icio.us is a social bookmarking or tagging site. Below you can observe a live view of the action on these two sites without having to reload your browser. If a site interests you click on it to check it out, then return here and use the handy links to go directly to del.icio.us to bookmark it or digg.com to digg it! Dont forget to Add DiggLicious.com to del.icio.us
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