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February 04, 2006

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Michal Migurski

I'm beginning to believe that features, UI and model are probably the least important considerations for these sites. I've started thinking of them like nightclubs - you don't choose the spot with the nicest toilets, you go where your friends go. Digg's user community has a very particular social feel to it, different from Slashdot or Metafilter. This vibe is what attracts (or repels) my involvement.

Matthew

"The barrier to entry for new players is very low", I don't think this is true if want to create a high quality one.

Mark Wilson

Tracking memes is definitely an interesting space. Thanks for this post, I blogged about it and linked to you. http://reblogger.wordpress.com/2006/02/08/tracking-memes-and-our-world-views/

Philosophian

We have recently started exploring this space and are excited by the significance that an influx of VC has for the development of the semantic web. Meme momentum is hot.

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