There’s just way too much content on Digg these days to be able to sift through it all and discover everything that’s out there that you might possibly enjoy. Obviously the content that actually makes it to the front page has been approved by other Digg users, but who’s to say that you’ll like it too.
Dugg Filter provides a quick way for you to scan the entire Digg site for content that you’ll like, based on articles you’ve already Dugg. Naturally, you’ll need to have a Digg username to use this service, along with some Dugg content. If you meet these simple requirements, all you need to do is enter in your Digg username into the blank field on the Dugg Filter site and click “go”, and the recommendation engine will generate a list of content that it supposed you will enjoy.
Diggfilter.com In Their Own Words
“Dugg Filter looks at stories you Dugg in the past and suggests some fresh content”
Why Diggfilter.com It Might Be A Killer
The Dugg Filter is great for anyone who wants to unearth otherwise obscure content on Digg that will never make it to the front page. At the very least, it helps deliver content to your Digg doorstep that you probably wouldn’t have time to find on your own.
Some Questions About Diggfilter.com
Why does the title of the application change between the URL and the actual site? Is this to avoid copyright issues? Although the application most definitely capitalizes upon Digg’s API, apart from this it isn’t clear how Dugg Filter hunts down content.