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Posted: March 24, 2007, 5:45 pm - IP Logged

It would be really neat to Digg a post or thread

or bookmark it in  del.icio.us

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    Posted: March 24, 2007, 7:59 pm - IP Logged

    I agree, that is a good idea.  I haven't used del.icio.us much, but I understand that many people do.  Digg is a VERY good site, and a really nice way to surf the net.  The next time you get a few minutes of spare time, go to Digg and check out some stories.  It's amazing how relevant and interesting the popular stories are.

    I need to do some design work on the top portion of the topic thread pages, because I'd like to put those things, as well as all the other stuff that's there, in plain view, without becoming cluttered.  It's a real challenge, but once I've figured it out to my satisfaction, I will try to add those sites you mentioned (and a few others).

    Anyone else who wants to add similar bookmarking sites, please post what sites you'd like here.  (Only sites that are bookmarking sites or portal sites like Yahoo or Google.)

     

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      Posted: March 24, 2007, 10:45 pm - IP Logged

      never heard of Digg...

      I went to it since Todd had mentioned it was a good site...

      http://www.alternet.org/blogs/video/49681/

      This was so dang funny , I nearly fell out of my seat..

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        Posted: March 24, 2007, 11:03 pm - IP Logged

        A folksy Texan Yoda!  LOL

         

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          Posted: March 25, 2007, 3:52 pm - IP Logged

          I agree, that is a good idea.  I haven't used del.icio.us much, but I understand that many people do.  Digg is a VERY good site, and a really nice way to surf the net.  The next time you get a few minutes of spare time, go to Digg and check out some stories.  It's amazing how relevant and interesting the popular stories are.

          I need to do some design work on the top portion of the topic thread pages, because I'd like to put those things, as well as all the other stuff that's there, in plain view, without becoming cluttered.  It's a real challenge, but once I've figured it out to my satisfaction, I will try to add those sites you mentioned (and a few others).

          Anyone else who wants to add similar bookmarking sites, please post what sites you'd like here.  (Only sites that are bookmarking sites or portal sites like Yahoo or Google.)

          Here's something to consider:

          Info on Digg

          No one is controlling the content on icio: A lot of the bookmarks seem to be spam, but I guess that is to be expected.

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            Posted: March 25, 2007, 4:25 pm - IP Logged

            Here's something to consider:

            Info on Digg

            No one is controlling the content on icio: A lot of the bookmarks seem to be spam, but I guess that is to be expected.

            I suppose that people have a right to feel that way, but my experience with Digg has been very good. It didn't occur to me that people may be trying to scam it, but then I don't see the point. Most of the stuff there is news-type articles, or cool photos, or something like that.

            Naturally spammers will be attracted to places where the most people are. One can make the same negative assertions about MySpace, because it is rampant with spam. But who cares? Lottery Post is also the target of massive numbers of spammers, but we all deal with it.

             

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              Posted: March 25, 2007, 5:13 pm - IP Logged

              I suppose that people have a right to feel that way, but my experience with Digg has been very good. It didn't occur to me that people may be trying to scam it, but then I don't see the point. Most of the stuff there is news-type articles, or cool photos, or something like that.

              Naturally spammers will be attracted to places where the most people are. One can make the same negative assertions about MySpace, because it is rampant with spam. But who cares? Lottery Post is also the target of massive numbers of spammers, but we all deal with it.

              After spending a couple of hours diggin' thru the spam: I just got tired of it, but the idea is a good one otherwise.

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