Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> In Digg, which is growing extremely quickly, there are more headlines,
> they are shorter, the users are more involved and there are no Gods
> (or moderators). Fewer trolls too.
Uhm, you didn't see it before the new threaded system was there :-D
> Every submission gets its chance
> and the voting system pushes a submission where it may deem suitable.
But I, and many others, have the impression that there is cheating going
> Digg has become my favourite after only a few days or use. You can
> filter syndicated items by search criteria too, to reduce the load.
Yup, I hardly follow slashdot, and when I see a new item added, I've
already read it on digg. IIRC slashdot has a system which shows news first
to paid subscribers, and non-paying ones are behind. I am afraid that this
model is going to cost them a lot visitor wise atm.
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