Monthly Archives: November 2008

In Social Media What Do YOU Want Next?

Most of the top social media sites have been busy in the last few months making adjustments and (arguable) improvements to their algorithms, site designs, and features.  It seems that there is a new race to offer their users incentive to stay, be active, and (hopefully) grow. Most traffic indicators are showing that many social
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Lots of Changes over at Mixx

Changes, changes, changes.  Somehow, Mixx is able to make changes 10 times faster than any other major social media site on the Internet.  All of the changes (except one) look to improve the functionality and user experience immensely. On their blog, they explain these changes in detail.  As with any major change to a website,
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Election’s Over. It’s Picture Time Again on Digg

Now that the election and post-election elation is over, it’s time for Digg to go back to basics. Very basic. Yes, now that McCain/Palin bashing is over and the Obama love-fest is waning, Digg will rapidly return to its primary reason for existence: funny pictures.  As can be seen at any given moment on the
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Digg Related Stories: Coming? CONFIRMED

 (UPDATE: here is the comment from a Digg programmer.  It was deleted from the post, but Yahoo cache caught it.  Here’s the screenshot with all the details) A reliable source tells me that Digg is finally putting out their related stories interface that will list stories that cover the same topics as the ones discussed
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