Digg 3.0 Launching Monday

The folks over at Digg have announced that the next version of their site will launch this coming monday. Digg is a personal favorite of mine and I'm sure a favorite of the majority of people here on Neowin. TechCrunch is running a nice little story on them right now with a few screenshots of the new design and a podcast with guests Kevin Rose and Jay Adelson:

"In addition to a redesign (that retains the essential Digg
"experience"), Digg is adding a number of news categories beyond
technology. Topics are grouped into six "containers", including
technology, entertainment, gaming, science, world & business, and
online video. The default view on Digg is still the technology
container, although users can change that view and can also deselect
individual topics within containers to further refine what they see on
the home page.

About 800,000 unique visitors come to Digg every day, generating 9
million plus page views. The site is doubling in traffic every two
months. And the amazing thing is that Digg does all of this with just
15 employees."


View: TechCrunch


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