Digg has announced that its Google Reader replacement will launch next week.
Based on user feedback, Digg now has a solid plan for the foundations of its Google Reader replacement.
OpinionWhen once-proud internet establishments fall, it becomes obvious that it doesn't matter how big you are online, you're still prone to failure.
Gary MarshallFor years, if somebody sent you an interesting link it probably came from Digg. But now?
Kevin Rose, the founder and former CEO of the popular online content aggregator Digg, is now a Google employee, according to reports.