Digg valued at $175 million? Who cares?

I don’t know but that’s what Michael Arrington from TechCrunch indicated earlier today. $175 million eh? Who cares?

Digg maybe big in the US but nobody cares about them here in Asia. Over here, many say that Digg is the most ridiculous Social Bookmarking site in the World Wide Web. We all know that it is a site monopolized by groups of Diggers (cronyism) who would dig garbage and bury gems at their whims and fancies. Let’s not mention the prevalence of reciprocal and paid Diggs!

We’re all glad that Google ditched their plans to acquire Digg. Google can buy some other better Social Bookmarking sites if they want to compete with Yahoo! Buzz. Hell, Google can even start their own Social Bookmarking site if they want to!

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Digg Valued At $175 Million In Latest Funding
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