What is Digg?
Digg is a place for people to discover and share content across the web, from the biggest online destinations to the most obscure blog. Digg surfaces the best stuff as voted on by users.
Every article, video, or other web site material submitted to Digg has a count of how many Diggs the story has received. You need to be signed-in to Digg a story. For every registered user that clicks "Digg it" the count goes up one. If a story reaches the tipping point, then it gets promoted to the Digg homepage. We encourage you to get a FREE account today.
Then add your friends to see what they're Digging. Friends' activity is a running list of all your friends' actions within Digg (Diggs, shouts, comments, submissions, etc.). While you can discover a lot of new stuff that the community finds interesting, it's even cooler to see what your friends are Digging.
It is essentially a way to find the coolest stuff on the web, voted on by your peer web surfers.
We do our best and spend countless hours adding exciting articles, fantastic training video's, interesting news stories, and other miscellaneous objects to our web site. Please help us get noticed by Digg'ing anything you enjoy.
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PS. Close this window to return to what you were reading or watching, and then DIGG IT!
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