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There is a whole plethora of social bookmarking spread to all corners of the Internet and if you are like me, then you probably have an account with most of them! However, when you wish to add a bookmark, it becomes quite a pain to go to each and every website. That is where OnlyWire steps in.
When Yahoo! took over del.icio.
It has been observed that previously banned sites don’t appear in the popular lists even now and a good number of new posts that are submitted are landing up in buried lists minutes after they are submitted. Muhammad Saleem tries to seek answers when he asks Has Digg really “unbanned” those banned sites?.
Mike Arrington suggests that Digg Should Sue Wired over the “experiment” conducted by Wired Reporter. I disagree totally, because what she did was prove that Digg can still be gamed, despite Digg’s claims that it can’t. The argument continues…
In a bid to prove that Digg could be gamed, Annalee Newitz of Wired News created a “pointless” blog with absolutely no useful data and pictures and submitted it to digg. She then bought diggs on User/Submitter and managed to get the story on the homepage before it got buried.
Digg has updated its page design which has received a good amount of news today. However, one report that interested me the most was the post on Mashable. The social news site Digg announced some updates today that are generating lots of fawning, as usual.
Yahoo! may own Del.icio.