I was just checking out the Digg 3.0 screenshots at TechCrunch I noticed, under the levitra online switzerland 'Science' category, an 'environment' sub category. Sweet! Here's hoping to see some EcoGeek articles in there.
For those of you who don't know, Digg is a really amazing site that allows folks to submit news and viagra price usa / or vote on whether they thing the user submitted news is newsworthy. It's great because people are deciding for themselves what news the people see.
Digg was originally meant to be a technology site, but it has outgrown itself and a lot of jaygalbraith.com articles aren't tech related at all. Now, with Digg 3.0, Digg gets a bit more structure.
There's already an environmental Digg clone at Hugg.com, created by the enviro-blog TreeHugger which I find very useful and interesting. I look forward to seeing how Hugg and Digg match up now that there'll be an environment category at Digg starting Monday.
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