When Is A Spoiler No Longer a Spoiler?

There is currently a headline on Digg today entitled “LOST’s Producer Breaks “Radio Silence” to Reveal Why Charlie Died and More.” If you read the comment (which on Digg, are all too frequently inane rants rolled with inside jokes), you’l see the poor submitter getting roasted for his title, which

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User Generated Content Usually Sucks

This goes to show how worthless digg.com comments can be. Nearly every comment is dugg down. C’mon, are these the kinds of comments that people feel they should take the time to type and submit. Do they think other people will get joy from reading them? Read this comments on

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Best Digg Comment Ever?

Could this be the best digg.com comment ever? I think it is. It’s clear, concise, and well worded. It’s not moronic, it doesn’t rely on AOL-speak or l33t. It doesn’t play off the same techie cliches. It’s just good, old fashioned quality content. It makes a point and it makes

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firsttube.com Now Has An API

Well, something I’ve LONG considered implementing is an API for my website. Yes, there’s VERY little to ever use an API for me, however, it’s always been one of those “out there” challenges. It’s always been breaking new ground to parse an XML request and return XML to it. I’ve

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Bye-Bye Slashdot, Hello IG

Today is a fairly big day, well, at least for my internet habits. When I launch a browser and open up my tabs, they look like this: Gmail|Slashdot|OSNews|My Yahoo!|Work|Bloglines|Digg I’ve added to the tabs in the last year or two: I added the work tab (email when at home, our

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