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DIG

Abbreviation for:
desmoplastic infantile ganglioglioma
Disablement Income Group 
Dog Identification Group
drug-induced galactorrhoea
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Digg hit its stride in 2008 with about 30 million visitors a month, but it began to fall in 2010 due to traffic loss to Facebook and Twitter.
In addition, Digg continues to build out its direct sales team focused on selling high-end, custom ads on the Digg site.
In just four years, the Digg community has grown into a globally diverse group of people who have a common passion to discover and share entertaining and relevant content," said Jay Adelson, CEO of Digg.
Each Wednesday The Digg Reel will bring together some of the top rated videos from Digg, including topics around world and business, technology, offbeat, and entertainment.
Photobucket Digg Buttons - Digg buttons will be added to all photos in the public "Find Stuff" tab on Photobucket, allowing users to submit content to Digg.
Everything on Digg is submitted and voted on by the Digg community, making it easy for people to discover and share interesting items from anywhere on the web.
We started developing Internet television shows because my friends and I couldn't find anything on television that really spoke to us," said Kevin Rose, founder of digg and Revision3.
The digg concept of giving the Internet mass audience unrestricted power to determine what content is relevant and timely has taken off beyond my wildest expectations," said Kevin Rose, founder and chief architect of digg.
In a short period of time, Digg has become one of the fastest growing sites on the Web by harnessing the collective wisdom of its users to surface the most valuable, timely content for everyone.
The two have said that it was their mutual decision to part, adding that their top priority is their son, Walker Nathaniel Diggs, who was born in 2009.
Framed for the murder of his best friend and boss Humpty Dumpty, you must help Diggs clear his name.
Fortunately for his customers, Diggs has found a way to streamline the process--with a little help from technology, of course.