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DIG

Abbreviation for:
desmoplastic infantile ganglioglioma
Disablement Income Group 
Dog Identification Group
drug-induced galactorrhoea
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Under this investment, Gannett led Digg's recent Series C investment round with an undisclosed sum to provide USA TODAY NETWORK access to Digg's industry-leading data and to increase scale, reach new audiences and innovate with engaging new content discovery and messaging products.
Use keyboard shortcuts, just like in Google Reader: j and k to move between articles, s to save, d to digg, and v to view URL
Digg, which was launched in 2004, has a commitment to "giving every piece of content on the web an equal shot at being the next big thing." It started emphasizing technology, but now it covers many subjects.
And when you find content you like-it could be a New York Times article or a blog entry or a video--you submit its URL to Digg, write a headline, choose the category that it belongs to, and it goes into our "Upcoming Stories" area, where thousands of users sift through it.
According to the report, Digg plans to make the service into a 'freemium' product in which charges are applied for only more advanced services.
Kevin Rose, Digg's co-founder, then apparently tried to rework the Digg voting system to remove the perceived potential for partiality.
Within hours, the Digg management had dug themselves into a hole.
The demise of Digg isn't unique, as other stars of the Web have come crashing down viz.
Techmeme doesn't allow comments, but that doesn't make it better or worse than Digg or reddit, just different.
What's more, every story or link becomes a topic for discussion; users can make comments of their own about the subject matter, or the suitability of the story for Digg's front page.
On the other hand, the strategy adopted by Reddit, Digg's direct competitor, seems to have paid off.
Our team looks forward to working with Digg as we continue on our journey as a forward-thinking and innovative media company, said Bob Dickey, president and CEO of Gannett.