Digg 2.0: Better, faster, stronger?

03/15/2010 | ZDNet

Digg CEO Jay Adelson has announced plans for a major revamp of the content-sharing site. A raft of changes -- anonymous submissions, automatically generated category pages, user leaderboards -- could attract millions of submissions per day, Adelson predicts. Industry-watchers are upbeat, but say the site's success will depend on whether it can provide a smooth user experience. "Digg has really good technology and an awesome commenting system, but there's no easy way to find content right now," writes Andrew Mager.

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