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Lesson learned by Kevin Rose and the Digg folks who tried to play whack-a-mole with users who posted the code to unlocking copy-protected High Def movies: You live by user-generated content, you die by user-generated content. Michael Arrington cheers on the mob: "Until today, it seems, even Digg didn’t fully understand the power of its... Read More
Awwwww. Looks like someone is upset that readers of this blog vote for their favorite posts using the Digg button at the bottom of each entry, which I incorporated last month. Occasionally, a post here gets promoted onto the Digg front page (the more positive votes, the higher an article/post rises). And a few left-wingers... Read More
Thanks to my wonderful web guy, Mark Jaquith, you'll notice a new feature at the end of every post that I started including over the weekend. It says "Digg This." If you click on it, it'll take you to Digg, the hot user-powered content site that now has a Politics section. Registered members of the... Read More
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