"Today, the Digg user has little say in selecting or burying top stories, while in-house moderators play God.
There’s no point to having a “digg” button on the site, Solis said, because the concept of a digg, or the ability to push a story forward by voting for it, has been done away with entirely. The new Digg, he said, feels like it’s taking the pulse of a social web instead of relying on a community of active and invested people to go out and find the best content.
Today’s Digg user does not receive credit for submissions, points for repeat activity, or any status for activity whatsoever."
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