Digg’s bias is frustrating at best — every comment that is disagreed upon, despite the “content rich” aspect of the comment, is buried. It does not appear to be a network with the best social elements intact.
Blogs take time to get to the top. With over 57 million blogs, new blogs need social bookmarking icons to encourage readers to make their blogs known.
Google acquired JotSpot and Conde Nast acquired Reddit. We are in a society where everyone wants to be acquired — except maybe Facebook.
A thief who posted a robbery on YouTube gets nabbed when his show-off video is found.
Orkut user walls are being spammed. Is this the way Google wants to treat the social network?