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February 16, 2006

What Do You Like? I Like That Too.

Heather Green

I stumbled across this post about the self-reinforcing nature of popularity (and the implications for sites like Digg etc) just today(Via Rex Hammock). It strikes a chord with me, because I have been trying to figure out what I think about services like Digg. They're fascinating, and yet, how do you avoid the echo-chamber effect? Rob at BusinessPundit argues you can't.

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Hi Heather,

Actually I think that you can, you just have to aggregate the voting without letting the voters see the scores until it is over. That is why I prefer software like Scoop over the software that runs Digg.

Posted by: Rob at February 16, 2006 02:20 PM


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