Digg is a user driven social content website. Everything on Digg is user-submitted. After you submit content, other people read your submission and "Digg" what they like best. If your story receives enough Diggs, it's promoted to the front page for other visitors to see.
Kevin Rose came up with the idea for Digg in the fall of 2004. He found programmer Owen Byrne through eLance and paid him $10/hour to develop the idea. In addition, Rose paid $99 per month for hosting and $1,200 for the Digg.com domain. In December of 2004, Kevin launched his creation to the world through a post on his blog.
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Digg delivers the most interesting and talked about stories on the Internet right now. The..
Funding Rounds (4) - $45MUpdate
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