Digg has legions of followers. They're quite fanatical. The similar service Reddit doesn't have that type of following. But how many of the Digg fantatics know how Digg works anyways? There's some type of "algorithm" that controls what hits the homepage. Kevin Rose and Jay Adelson have hinted to that it involves who is digging what, the rate at which the stories are dugg, and we think that it...
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