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An open letter to Kevin Rose...

Dear Kevin

I really dig digg I have been a Digg user for little over a year and find myself opening up Digg.com at least 5 times a day. I have so many different browsing pattern depending on my particular preference at the time but lately I find that I can’t really can’t use it properly anymore. Who has the time to wade through 1000 random 1 digg entries that bloggers can’t even get their mothers to dig on their behalf. On behalf of your community I ask (actually beg) for a filter on upcoming diggs by the minimum number of diggs at my choosing. When I have time I’ll wade through the 1 digg wonders but please give me the tools to know what 2, 3 or 5 of my fellow diggers have found interesting lately. The gap between the front page and the interesting stuff is widening give us some control back

Regards ………..


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  1. Anonymous Patrick | February 1, 2007 at 8:27 PM |  

    I hope that this feature is added along with the ability to see how many times a story or comment has been dugg down, not only up.

  2. Blogger bossmanthe | February 2, 2007 at 8:02 AM |  

    I absolutely agree. It would help to have some idea of why people aren't diggin your story