The redesign of Digg was unveiled today, offering new features like following friends and some new problems as well.
Some are complaining the Web site is slow and that the log-in is randomly rejecting log-ins, but that could be due to overwhelming numbers of visitors to wanting to check out the new online digs at Digg. (Ok, Ill stop with the gratuitous digs at the Digg name.)
Expect Digg to be more socially savvy, allowing users to sign in via Facebook and Twitter accounts. And expect it to be more interactive by allowing users to follow friends, bloggers and others publishing content online. For instance, youll be able to choose from news headlines recommended by friends rather than strangers or editors in a newsroom somewhere.
Check out the Digg redesign here.
Digg redesign: Some dig it, some dont but there is promise
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