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Jan 09, 2006

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» Digg suffers madness of crowds...and of open source movement from SiliconBeat
Digg is a San Francisco start-up we've mentioned before that ranks news items by letting people choose which stories they like anywhere on the Web. A controversy roiled the site yesterday that points to a significant weakness of the Digg model, but al... [Read More]

» Digg suffers madness of crowds...and of open source movement from SiliconBeat
Digg is a San Francisco start-up we've mentioned before that ranks news items by letting people choose which stories they like anywhere on the Web. A controversy roiled the site yesterday that points to a significant weakness of the Digg model, but al... [Read More]

» How Many Worms In A Can? from theQview
The problem with James Surowiecki's bookThe Wisdom of Crowds is not in its logic but in its application. Instead of understanding and questioning the limits of group wisdom, it is currently vogue to simply cite the book, drink the Kool-Aid [Read More]

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Pete Cashmore

I have to disagree with Nat's quote about the wisdom of crowds - the wisdom of crowds *does* generally deliver good results, but Digg is not strictly a wisdom of crowds system. More here:

http://mashable.com/2006/01/10/digg-and-the-so-called-wisdom-of-mobs/

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