The most popular Diggs: Digg's new design, Bing copies from Google, Conan
Tuesday 08 February 2011
The most popular news, videos and images as picked by Digg users during the last seven days, recorded on February 8.
1. A New Design, Promotion Stats and more Notifications - Digg announces new features, a new design and optional email notifications.
2. Digg adds an Oatmeal tab - The Oatmeal - a screenshot of the Digg website redesigned with an "Oatmeal" tab.
3. Bing Caught Copying Search Results From Google - Google created "fake" search queries and results to catch Bing "stealing search results" from them.
4. 7 Myths Mythbusters Proved That We Still Can't Believe Are True - The Mythbusters prove that driving while angry uses more gas, you can actually slap sense into someone and cursing aloud helps people tolerate pain more than not cursing.
5. Conan is a genius.. - a picture of Conan O'Brien with the header "Conan talks about the Internet in Egypt" and the caption, "If you want people to stay at home and do nothing, why don't you turn the internet back on."
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