diggdot.us

John Musser, November 20th, 2005

diggdot.usDigg + slashdot + del.icio.us/popular are a regular browsing cycle for some folks so the diggdot.us mashup combines them into a unified format, eliminates duplicates and adds a few extras. It’s brand new so it will likely go through refining shortly (ex: some duplicates still get through). [via]

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November 20th, 2005
at 7:52 pm
Comment by: TechCrunch

Instantly Hooked on Diggdot.us

Three sites I use often are Digg, Slashdot and del.icio.us/popular. If you want to find out what’s hot right now on the Internet, those sites will tell you (although Memeorandum usually gets the news even before these sites).
I saw a blurb on P…

November 20th, 2005
at 7:56 pm
Comment by: TechCrunch » Instantly Hooked on Diggdot.us

[...] I saw a blurb on Programmable Web about DiggDot.us, which launched yesterday. Diggdot.us combines results from all three of those sites into one very clean interface. Stories have been de-duplicated, and they claim to have additional content as well. Digg, slashdot, and del.icio.us/popular – this is a constant browsing cycle for us. So why not combine them into a unified format without all the extra chrome? We can eliminate dupes and add some extra niceities. [...]

November 21st, 2005
at 12:32 am
Comment by: John Furrier

Excellent Web 2.0 Workgroup scoop..

November 21st, 2005
at 12:41 am
Comment by: PodTech Comments from the PodTech Gallery » Ritalin Please - Now I can spend all my time on the computer

[...] Wow.  This enviroment gets exciting everyday.  Please someone make things easier.  As always the coverage on the Web 2.0 team is on top of it. [...]

November 21st, 2005
at 3:08 am
Comment by: Zopeジャンキー日記

digg?slashdot?del.icio.us/popular?マッシュアップ 「diggdot.us?

diggdot.us
http://diggdot.us/

Digg?slashdot?del.icio.us/popular?マッシュアップ????。

?れ??純????(笑)
?れ???Web 2.0????気??る。

日本?も????誰??やり???。

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