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It’s great to build a self-sustainable social network and then be able to sit back and relax while the users run the show. It’s even better when you take part in the everyday details of your site and focus on your user’s experience.
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from Guillaume 3862 Days ago #
Votes: 1

I totally agree with that *cough* *cough* nice article on fishing :)   During those 36hours, we got hit by Digg/Reddit homepage 3-4 times each, and most of the pages submitted were from users we had never heard about! The best part is when we woke up and were the homepage of reddit and that the logo was changed - that was a thrill :D

from xpose 3861 Days ago #
Votes: -1

This post is lame and is mostly just linking to other "insightful" blog posts. You Might Not Want To Link Every Other Word Because Its Hard To Follow.  Not sure why this post is here other than blog0rs patting other blog0rs on the back hoping to get traffic. The reality is that Digg and Reddit both listen to their users.  You gave one example for reddit but failed to mention one for Digg, and that would be the  HD-DVD Key fiasco. 

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