Diggers: Less Interested in Tech, More Interested in Everything Else

Diggers: Less Interested in Tech, More Interested in Everything Else
Christine Huang
  • 17 april 2008

Has digg become as mainstream as BusinessWeek and People Magazine? ReadWriteWeb argues that the social news site is headed in that direction, if it’s not there already. According to RWW’s studies (along with some of Richard Cunningham‘s compelling graphical analysis), digg and its community of diggers have strayed from the site’s tech roots, the number of frontpage tech-reated stories on the site halving each year. The graph above created by Cunningham shows the steady decline of the ratio of tech stories to all digg content over the last two years. RWW reports:

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