Sure, Yahoo's new service is already driving almost as much traffic to outside Web articles as Digg does. But how does that help Yahoo? Complete Story
I'm not the first one to point this out, but Wired recently contained a post discussing a Drupal module that can be used to give you a Digg-like site. Drupal developer Tony Mobily has built a new module for Drupal which enables anyone to start up their own Digg clone. You can grab the code and contribute to the project at drigg-code.org, or you can see it in action at drigg.org. It looks like there may be some theming challenges to overcome, but the module looks very promsing for…
"The popular news-aggregator site has launched a redesign to counter criticisms of its turn away from hard news. Will the changes help?"Complete Story
"The rating plugin 2.0beta release is now available in the downloads section on this site. This plugin allows you to add a rating, review and/or digg system to any item. You can add them with autotags, or with a slight modification to the core files. You now can display ratings a number of different ways either site wide or on an individual rating."Complete Story
I was browsing the server logs and noticed that Blinklist referred some users to this site, CMS Report. Blinklist is similar to Digg.com, in that you rank the site. In the case of Blinklist refers not stories but entire Web sites. CMS Report is tagged at Blinklist under "cms" and you can find us clicking here. Considering that there are some strong competitors listed, you may need to scroll down the page. Feel free to blink us!