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Liz Gannes / GigaOM:
As Kevin Rose Restarts Digg, He Faces an Unsocial Problem   —  New Digg CEO Kevin Rose is wasting no time in changing the direction of the site.  He's killing the DiggBar and welcoming back previously banned domains.  But the big challenge he faces is to restart Digg by making it more social, real, personalized and engaging.
Apr 6, 2010, 3:40 PMIn context
Kevin Rose / Digg Blog:
Digg: The Digg iFrame Toolbar is Dead / Unbanning Domains   —  Here are a couple updates regarding the DiggBar (iFrame toolbar) and banned sites.  Note: These changes will not take place until the launch of Digg v4, sign up for the beta here.  —  DiggBar:  —  Framing content with an iFrame is bad for the Internet.
Apr 6, 2010, 1:45 PMIn context
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Despite All The Angst Around Its Demise, Tr.im Will Hardly Be Missed   —  For all the angst around the demise of Tr.im, the fact is that there are way too many URL shortening services in the world and inevitably more will fall by the wayside.  There simply is no need for more than a dozen services …
Aug 10, 2009, 1:40 PMIn context
Jd Rucker / Soshable:
7 Reasons Why I Won't Tweet Diggbar Links Ever Again...   ... and you shouldn't either.  —  With that out of the way, let's get right down to it:  —  1. They Pulled a “Bait and Switch”  —  Regardless of what anyone at Digg says, this was just wrong.  They should have either kept the Diggbar …
Aug 3, 2009, 7:55 AMIn context
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
DiggBar Changes Permanent - No Longer A Short URL Service   —  Those changes to the DiggBar that we noted on Sunday are, apparently, permanent.  We expect Digg to make an announcement about those changes later today.  —  We first heard about the DiggBar in February, and the product launched in April.
Jul 21, 2009, 7:20 PMIn context
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Digg's Kevin Rose Not Pleased With DiggBar Change   —  Earlier today we reported on a change in how Digg handles URL redirects from its URL shortening service called DiggBar.  Users of the service are not happy - links are now sometimes going to Digg's summary of the story instead of the story itself.
Jul 19, 2009, 11:10 PMIn context
Jd Rucker / Social News Watch:
Did Digg Just “Bait & Switch” Twitter Users?   —  UPDATE: Let Digg know how you feel through Twitter.  Send an @digg via @socialnews reply and your tweets will be posted here as well.  —  Either there's an error happening with Diggbar or Digg just made a big mistake.
Jul 19, 2009, 8:00 PMIn context
Marisa Taylor / Digits:
Controversial Web ‘Framing’ Makes a Comeback   —  When Digg introduced a new toolbar in early April that added a thin strip - known as a ‘frame’ - to the top of pages submitted to Digg, a publisher outcry forced the social media aggregator back down.  It modified the new DiggBar so that only logged …
May 3, 2009, 8:50 PMIn context
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
The DiggBar Compromise: Show Framebar Only To Logged In Digg Users   —  Digg is promising a significant change to how its DiggBar framebar operates, one that should solve SEO concerns about how link credit is passed on but won't entirely remove misgivings about the framing of content.
Apr 15, 2009, 4:15 PMIn context
John Quinn / Digg the Blog:
(Yet) Another DiggBar Update   —  Since we launched the DiggBar, we've received valuable feedback from the Digg community, publishers, SEO industry experts and Google.  We believe that the DiggBar provides a more seamless way to discover and share content on Digg.
Apr 15, 2009, 2:40 PMIn context

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