Angry Digg users flood home page with Reddit links
Longtime users express frustration with dramatic changes made to the social-news site, attempting to carpet-bomb the front page with links to a rival site.
The "Digg Version 4" relaunch, following an alpha test, was.
In order to maintain relevance in a world where users' individual "social graphs" on Twitter and Facebook bear a significant weight on news consumption, the new Digg promises a custom experience for individual users rather than the "old" Digg and its domination by a powerful clique of avid users. While this model had created a staunchly loyal army of Diggers, it wasthat it needed to fuel growth.
The significantly smaller Reddit, which was , has been making headlines of its own lately foragainst its parent company's wishes.
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