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Propeller.com – AOL Launches Digg like Site

The newly christened site Propeller is AOL’s attempt at a Digg clone. There are however, some notable differences. For one, Propeller has come up with a mustachioed, near sighted mascot which is described as ‘part professor, part citizen journalist.’ The most significant departure from the Digg model, however is the absence of a vote count. Rather, Propeller uses an algorithm which covers much aspects of user participation than does...

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Timescall.com – News From Colorado

Timescall.com is a site for news and information of Longmont and Northern Colorado. At the site you will see different sections, like: sports, business, community, health, etc. There is also a navigator bar on the top of the page with links for entertainment, classifieds, obituaries, photos and multimedia, and more. Some of the news they broadcast are related to business, community, local and regional, and nation and world, among...

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Thisweeknews.com – Ohio`s News

At thisweeknews.com you will find the way to be finally updated. All the latest news is right there. It has a very complete source of information about different topics. You can even search for a community in Ohio, like: Hilliard, Delaware, New Albany, Sunbury, Clintonville, Canal Winchester, Licking County, and Worthington, etc, and see their news and top stories. At the web site there is a section for sports, schools, real state,...

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Zycomm.net/JavaFXWorld – News About Java

FX World is a Digg like site for everything related to Java. The main page exhibits the most recent published news in list-like fashion. Each headline is accompanied by a short blurb; clicking on ‘read more’ brings you to the full description, any comments about the item, related links, and a list of who voted. There’s a link above the description which takes you to the actual referenced site. As with Digg, all stories can be buried...

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HypeDiss.com – Digg Clone for Discussing Stories, News

The Berlin based HypeDiss is another take on the Digg model. Rather than burying or floating stories to the top users are encouraged to hype or diss them. On the home page is a list of all popular content. Currently, the top stories seem to be Tom Cruise and Scientology, and a tax on drugs. Above that you’ll find a tag cloud featuring categories such as graffiti, apple, architecture and music. Stories are classified as upcoming, just...

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