A year ago, our sister website Social News Watch launched. It was brought into this virtual world with the love and care associated with passion. Its topic: social media. Its authors: social media users. Its goal: talk about social media. The initial success was amazing.
… I didn’t because there wasn’t much to talk about. A few questions got answered, but for the most part, it was just plain rushed. A few minutes past an hour into it, Rose and Adelson seemed to have something more important to do, so
Guess what. Autobury exists. Despite questions being sidestepped by Jay Adelson (who answered a direct question about autobury by asking “Why would we want to do that?”), there is too much evidence to the contrary. We are researching 5 different blogs that are on the
Digg founders Jay Adelson and Kevin Rose spoke to dozens of Digg users through an emergency episode of The Drill Down tonight (part 1 of 2 is live now). They were asked about the lack of responses to emails, the change in the algorithm, the autobury theory,
Digg.com is always a popular topic on blogs and tech news sites, but recently, it’s been the word of the day. Instead of posting links to dozens of stories, we’ve hand-picked and summarized some of the best ones over the last couple of weeks. Some are funny, some