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9/11 was an inside job

"Submitting a link is akin to writing a little paper for school."

"I just went to MetaFilter and the top link is "How many goats are you worth?". Is that more intellectual than the entries on Reddit?"

"I hate, hate, hate it when they put multiple links in single words."

reddit discovers Metafilter.
posted by plexi on Aug 9, 2008 - 164 comments

You do read digg and reddit, don't you?

Regarding the the derail in the Google Translation System post. It was proposed that - to paraphrase BeerFilter - posts which contain material from other popular websites shouldn't appear here. [more inside]
posted by Richard Daly on Oct 23, 2007 - 65 comments

Is MeFi the new digg?

What are the rules for posting to MeFi? Ive noticed that many posts are news articles and many of the op/ed posts get snarked or berated for not being newsworthy... I thought this was "best of the web"? I for one will read digg if I want news and MeFi if I want to find interesting web articles...
posted by subaruwrx on Aug 1, 2007 - 134 comments

Dugg!

Cool!
posted by jpburns on Jun 1, 2007 - 36 comments

Diggfilter

I made this post, then found out that the link is all over digg/reddit. Is there a policy against diggfilter?
posted by tylermoody on Feb 11, 2007 - 38 comments

The digg black market {via John Gruber}

The digg black market {via John Gruber}. This is a bad omen for mathowie's community weblog.
posted by evariste on Oct 2, 2006 - 87 comments

Should we say "digg-effected" or "digg-affected"?

One of the links in this FPP references a "digg-effected link." This is probably overly nitpicky and more a matter of curiosity than anything else, but would it be "digg-effected" or "digg-affected?" It's a link that fell prey to the "digg effect," but on the other hand it was "affected by digg." Thoughts?
posted by OverlappingElvis on Aug 23, 2006 - 44 comments

Digg increases alexa research

Digg did it.
posted by evariste on Jul 1, 2006 - 44 comments

Usernames with @

@mathowie: Why are people starting to put commercial at signs before usernames when they are directly addressing other MeFites? Is this a convention from Digg or something? Am I the only one who finds this annoying, even more annoying than putting other usernames in boldface? Even more annoying than Todd Lokkenning? Can we make it stop?
posted by grouse on Jun 9, 2006 - 99 comments

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