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Written by:SuperUser Account
8/26/2010 8:49 AM RssIcon

by Jason Kincaid

It’s finally here. Digg, the social link sharing site that has watched its once-meteoric rise to popularity level off  over the last couple years, is relaunching today as it attempts to surge to greater heights — with an added focus on making the site better for publishers as well as users. Digg v4 will be rolling out over the next few hours, and brings some major changes that could totally change the dynamic of the site. Plenty of invites have been distributed over the last couple months, and we posted an exclusive preview back in May, but for most people this will be the first time they’ve experienced ‘New Digg’ for themselves.

The biggest change to come in Digg v4 is the increased emphasis on social. When you first sign in, you’ll be walked through a flow inviting you to begin following other users, both from a series of lists curated by Digg and from friends on your Facebook, Twitter, and Google accounts (which you can easily connect with). Once you’ve done this, you’ll get to the real meat of Digg. Which, as it happens, looks a lot like the old Digg.

As with the Digg you’re used to, you’ll see a stream of recent stories filling up most of the page, with ten top stories in a sidebar on the right. But there’s one key difference: each of these stories has been Dugg by one of your friends (or sponsored by an advertiser). Likewise, the stories on the right hand side of the screen represent the stories that have been dugg most by your friends over the last day or so.

Screenshot of new Digg interface

But fear not, Digg diehards — the Digg you’ve come to know and love is still readily accessible at the top of the page, via the ‘Top News’ section. Clicking this tab will transition over to a version of Digg that’s much more like the current version, with recent news and Top News as submitted across all of Digg.

Read more here.

Featured Microsoft Partners

 

IPM Global 
Office Location:  Portland, Oregon, United States
Type:  ISV
Industry Focus:  AEC Industry ( Architect , Engineering , Construction ) or any business that manages large projects


IPM Global is a Partner led software development company that specialises in developing and delivering current platform business software for the AEC Vertical market which includes construction, engineering and project related industries. With over 20 years of first-hand experience working and implementing solutions for these industries, IPM Global understand what our customers want and need to bring their budgets in on time – or ahead of budget to deliver those welcome bonus’s.

 

 

 
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Mi-Co 
Office Location:  Durham, North Carolina, United States
Type:  ISV,Systems Integrator,Other
Industry Focus:  Healthcare, Government, Field Services, Financial, Insurance, Construction


Mi-Co, a leading provider of mobile data collection solutions, provides software to automate paper forms-based business processes for organizations. Mi-Corporations Mi-Forms Enterprise Mobility solution empowers field personal to enter any data, anywhere with the industry's most flexible e-forms designer.

 

 

Congruent Software Inc. 
Office Location:  Bellevue, Washington, United States
Type:  Systems Integrator,VAR,Other
Industry Focus:  IT consulting services


Congruent, a Microsoft gold certified partner is a Global IT Services company which specializes in providing outsourced software development and systems integration services to ISVs and Fortune 500 companies alike. Being the single source for all your business technology needs, Congruent is headquartered at Seattle, Washington with its offshore development center based at Chennai, India.

 

 

LearnDevNow 
Office Location:  Eden Prairie, Minnesota, United States
Type:  Training Firm
Industry Focus: 


LearnDevNow provides practical online learning videos for Microsoft developers worldwide. Our comprehensive learning library features self-paced training videos for Visual Studio, SQL Server, SharePoint and more, allowing busy developers to learn whenever and wherever it fits their schedule.

 

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