This week's most popular Diggs: video of an iPhone going into space, tech support heaven
Tuesday 19 October 2010
The most popular news, videos and images as picked by Digg users during the last seven days, recorded on October 19.
1. Greetings from the new CEO - a message from Digg's new CEO, Matt Williams, hosted on about.digg.com
2. Digg Brings Back Digg v3 Features, Including The "Bury" Button - an article hosted on TechCrunch.com about changes to Digg version four.
3. 7 things you really don't need to take a photo of - The Oatmeal - a cartoon hosted on theoatmeal.com suggesting that people should be more careful about the type of photographs they take and post on the internet.
4. xkcd: Tech Support - a cartoon that makes light of the experience advanced computer users have with level one tech supports. Hosted on xkcd.com.
5. Father And Son Send iPhone Into Space And Record Incredible Video - an article and video about a father and son team that sent an iPhone into the stratosphere and recorded the entire trip. Hosted on huffingtonpost.com.
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- 5 Photo of wedding guest proposing to girlfriend in front of bride and groom goes viral
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