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  • by Beatnik (493) on 2006.11.23 2:57 (#51869) Homepage Journal
    Digg has most of the /. on slashdot.. earlier.. but it also has tons of 'Whooo.. Kevin Rose is sooooo great' posts and since it's user moderated, a lot of fakes sneak in as well. I read both, plus a few others.
    • Yeah, there are a lot of fakes. Recently there were diggs for "C in 24 Hours" and the C++ version. I didn't bother to follow either story because I assumed they were marketing attempts. Still, the vast quantity of stories there makes it easier for me to spot relevant things that /. might overlook. But you're right about the ridiculously poor quality of many posts. That's one area /. still still beats digg.