Digg relaunches today

Digg is relaunching today, Betaworks team members Jake Levine, Michael Young, and Justin Van Slembrouck announced in an official blog post.

“With this launch, we’re taking the first step towards (re)making Digg the best place to find, read, and share the most interesting and talked about stories on the Internet.”
Digg was acquired for US$500,000 by technology investment firm Betaworks, as we posted two weeks ago.
Although Digg will be combining with the daily briefing service News.me app, it won’t be a reskinned News.me, VentureBeat reported. News.me will continue to be available, and you can expect similar personalization from Digg in the next few months, but we will ultimately roll them into one product, under the Digg brand,” said the Betaworks team members.

This is the beginning of a new generation for Digg — a restoration of what was brilliant and disruptive and a reinvention of what was not,” they added.

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