Related link: http://www.digg.com/linux_unix
OK. I found another home and I feel quite prosperous.This reminds me of the days when I could choose my favorite part of America and go live a while. Now, I spend so much time in Cyberspace, it’s nice to have familiar landing fields.
If you don’t know about Digg.com then you may want to take a mini-vacation and enjoy the fun. For my readers, I suggest a visit to their Linux/Unix area. If you have an article you want to post, do it there. The readers get to decide if your posting should make the main page. What a refreshing change of pace.
I have also written a little piece called Wikipedia contributors wonder if they digg our friends at Digg.com about the site.
Seems that our friends at Wikipedia don’t exactly know how to treat the upstart technology news website that combines social bookmarking, blogging, RSS, and non-hierarchical editorial control. You might start there to read the comments.
But if you just want to jump-in like I do when I see a natural pool down in Austin on a hot summer day, go for it. I’m sure you will really digg Digg.com.
[Ed: Take a look a the Alexa graphic showing the difference betwen Digg and Slashdot. It should surpise you. ]