Saturday, September 30

ESPN faked cheers for Bush?
6:40 AM; digg

Thursday, September 21

Kayak adds member pages. Check out my page; add your own, and then email me a link to your page, so I can link to you. And please send me feedback on this, thanks!
3:18 PM; digg

Thursday, September 14

As my faithful blog readers (hi mom) know, I've become obsessed with digg.

Not for what it is today, but for what it promises. Finally, I can see the future when groups of people can rise to become editors as or more useful than the editors at major online newspapers.

There are problems with digg as it stands today, for sure. For example, here is an excellent article by Muhammad Saleem pointing out that digg fails the James Surowiecki "wisdom of crowds" test for independent votes.

How can digg fix this? For starters, how about more intermixing of new articles with "popular" articles. And maybe not showing the user the number of diggs per article, so as not to bias the user toward herding. Digg might also disallow a digg until you have at least clicked through to read the article, so as to minimize the impact of punchy headlines.

Check out the right column of my blog to see what I've been digging.
6:05 AM; digg

Sunday, September 10

ad-loznica has awesome space photos.
5:58 AM; digg

Saturday, September 9

gethuman survey is collecting consumer feedback about how you want customer service phone systems to work; please take a moment to provide your input.
5:48 PM; digg

Tuesday, September 5

No Bravery video set to the song by James Blount. (Link from Jay.)
3:35 PM; digg


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