Saturday, November 2, 2013

To This Day, Digg Still Makes Me a Little Sad

Digg pages

Time heals wounds, right? Unfortunately, the time since Digg was at its peak in mid-2010 until now has not been enough time for me to really let it go. They had something wonderful growing in social media and I was a part of it. The demise of the site still stings today.

I put together a piece that spilled my social media heart out on the table. While I wanted to post it here, this is a venue for positive growth in social media today and tomorrow, so reminiscing about what might (should) have been doesn’t go here. Still, it had to be written, so I put it on Medium. If you want to check it out, here’s a snippet:

There has never been a social media site that acted more like a meritocracy than the old It required true talent at both finding the content and “gaming the system” to become a power user. Only a few hundred people in the world mastered it.

Read More: Medium

via Soshable | Social Media Blog

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