That didn’t take long. Looks suspicious, but sex sells, right? Maybe there was nothing against TOU. Maybe it was all just language and innuendo which are perfectly fine for Digg. Nope.
So, you’re not sold. You still believe that sites like Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace are passing fads that will fall to oblivion by 2010. While I do believe that some sites will come and go, grow and dissolve, there is zero doubt that social media
Bots on twitter are getting more clever. Accounts can be automated to seem as real as you or me. Believe it or not, there’s actually a place for bots on Twitter. For many, they can be effective for certain things such as RSS feeds for
Digg is having one of their quarterly Townhall Meetings tomorrow (Thursday, August 13th). The team at the Social Blade Show will be there and will focus their show on discussing what’s new, what was discussed, and how it will affect the Digg community.
… and you shouldn’t either. With that out of the way, let’s get right down to it: 1. They Pulled a “Bait and Switch” Regardless of what anyone at Digg says, this was just wrong. They should have either kept the Diggbar as a URL