This week's most popular Diggs: why you need to slow down, Germany bans GM corn
Tuesday 07 September 2010
The most popular news, videos and images as picked by Digg users during the last seven days, recorded on September 7.
1. seriously. slow down - a Reddit page that links to a cartoon showing the changes we go through from newborn through to the grave.
2. OK. Enough is enough. Keep the digg news in /r/digg. I haven't cared, I don't care, and I won't - a Reddit article linking to comments about Digg's new website design.
3. Bank of America reaches new low. Charges customers to use parking lot. - a Reddit page that links to a photo showing the charges for a Bank of America car park.
4. Why? - a Reddit page that links to a photo of a packet of Lay's chips with artificial salt & vinegar flavoring.
5. Monsanto Uprooted :: Germany Bans Cultivation of GM Corn
- a Reddit page that links to an article about Germany's decision to ban the cultivation of genetically modified corn.
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