Digg, the user driven social content website built on user-submitted and ranked articles is paving the way to include local information like products, services, restaraunt and store reviews, and pretty...

Digg, the "user driven social content website" built on user-submitted and ranked articles is paving the way to include local information like products, services, restaraunt and store reviews, and pretty much anything else that can be rated.

We wonder if a new format like this will have the same turnover rate Digg currently employs with news, giving us insight into the latest and newest trends around town.

One of the comments within the link below brings up a good point: whether Digg's current readers will actually want to have restaurant reviews. In any case, utilizing their current by readers, for readers format with can't be a bad thing when it comes to breaking out of news, and into local happenings.

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