The response from Digg's readership was immediate, nasty and, ultimately, completely wrongheaded.
The slab over the poet's grave bears the lines beginning "Good friend, for Jesus' sake forbeare To digg the dust enclosed heare"; while the effigy on the mural monument above may well be an authentic representation, though somewhat altered and damaged by time and restoration (see Shakespeare: Portraits).
The response from Digg 's readership was immediate, nasty and, ultimately, completely wrongheaded.
While you may spend plenty of time on Digg or Craigslist, kids will forgo simple information sites for bright colors, whimsical animations and other webpage goodies geared toward their age level.
News-oriented community sites such as Slashdot and Digg also utilize them.
At the bottom of any blog post, you'll notice any icon that's says "Share This," which will allow you to submit your blog posts to social book-marking sites such as Digg and Stumble Upon.
Sharing: Share pertinent information with friends by posting it on sites such as Digg, Stumbleupon and Twitter.
If you only Digg your own work, you can be penalized.
Digg is a social bookmarking site that allows users to endorse a website and pass it around to other Digg users.
When you "digg" something you are posting it to the Digg.com database for others to read.
The developers of Digg (and other sites like them) have created an easy way to digg submissions via a toolbar.
Digg.com - Probably the most famous, Digg is one of the success stories of the web.
With juggernauts like Digg and Del.icio.us, it may seem silly to try and create your own social bookmarking site.
Pligg is a content management system that tries to emulate Digg.
He also mentions others such as Seesmic, Stumbleupon and Digg in his description of a "Simple Presence Framework."
Once you set up an OnlyWire account, you are expected to either pay a fee or show an ad on your site, in return for which you are able to re-post to Digg, Facebook, Plaxo, Stumbleupon and many others using your own account.
Digg is interesting because it combines social bookmarking with social networking by allowing readers can comment on articles and vote on their quality.
If you are lucky enough to have your site pushed to the front page of Digg, you will be rewarded with an increased amount of traffic.
Stumble Upon is similar to Digg, in that users can give you either a thumbs up or a thumbs down rating.
Since many bookmarking sites such as Digg and Stumble Upon will penalize or possibly ban you for constantly submitting your own work, allowing your readers to do this might be a good idea.
Digg, for example, is one of the most popular bookmarking site.
The way it works is simple: if you like a site, you post it to Digg.
Other people see the site, and if they Digg, it too you get higher rankings.
The idea is that if someone liked a site to take the time to actually digg it, it has some credibility.
While these do appear on the Delicious.com home page, complete with ranks similar to Digg, it's also common for people to follow individuals' "delicious page" which shows all the bookmarks they've found interesting.
There are dozens of social bookmarking sites out there, from the big dogs like Digg to smaller newcomers like Scuttle.
In addition to the accounts of President Barack Obama, Rick Sanchez and Britney Spears, the members of Digital Gangster hacked into the Twitter accounts of Fox News, CBS News and Digg founder Kevin Rose.
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