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15 June 2006


Paul Young

I thought a big part of Digg’s success comes from many people submitting stories. Seeing how Netscape trying to steal the attention from the other sites, who would want to submit stories to them? It is a pity that AOL cannot show much innovation except adding a lot ads, even in the center of the comments!

Diggol http://diggol.com just launched with automatic discovery of topics important to each user, personalized ranking, a TopicMap graph showing topics and relations among topics, and the news pages are complete ad-free.

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