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We haven are unfamiliar that would Digg.com see the F 35 million gallon said that visitors for a dialogue behind the what is a way that one can incorporate your product in their life.
Right well I mean there's a number of ways first of all you go to -- and you register you log in today because -- you have a profile -- you can add your friends.
Syndicate everything you're doing to those for so if you dig a story on -- and you add that to your feed they'll see that.
But also if you dig a story say on Fox Business right people see that as well -- allow -- to allows you to move this -- with you wherever you go on the Internet.
It does right it's interesting I'm looking at.
Now that we can talk about the news a little bit so you're saying what was in the news who did today and what's the most -- story right now he's having the same in the -- is there -- that I have got to tell you -- today economy adding that the other way -- the way it works is we have an upcoming section -- -- popular sections so right -- happen in this upcoming section of builds up a certain amount of popularity.
And it goes over the top to the very top of Digg dot com's website where it gets pushed down when the next one cut themselves in -- sort of -- stream.
So right now robots could replace army medics and battle from the telegraph.
Is that the top story that's a lot of -- like that right what kind of off.
Off the beaten track hate people stay hottest women in radio sure apps and don't know at -- will let us talk radio and that's the most recently popular story not I would click on net just be like not why -- Why wouldn't kill us and it looks like -- -- -- let's play it just secular country I think -- -- you look at your right hand side of Digg dot com's web page you'll see things like top ten or top it all topics over the last hour several hours.
What's really hot on all of -- Illinois passes medical marijuana bill very hot on -- right now.
But you can also separate -- world in business or you can separate even by finance for example and look at what the top in 24 hours once just for that particular -- So most people do they have and community with their friends and and and break it down on topic so they know what people are sharing.
With that's right that's right and in fact I know a lot of people who currently consumed it by going to their FaceBook page and seeing what their friends have done.
By seeing it appear on their -- FaceBook -- Or they go to the friends' activity on day and see what traditionally viewed long term goal my goal for the long term -- end game for all this is is is all this.
Do you think as you see it going to be kind of brought together under one umbrella and in other words will we be able -- -- -- guess we could do it now.
For zip by using Google page a lot -- his good and you can use the gadgets right you can bring those in.
Ford -- he had an iPhone you can have an -- I would assume they're trying to dig out of so it did the ideas did to do everything in one device and to bring in dig in Twitter and FaceBook and everybody just kind of lives off their iPhone -- -- -- -- by the -- -- -- -- that kind of stuff.
Yesterday I don't have an iPhone I'm embarrassed to say anything so I -- limit I would -- -- -- -- -- time and -- doesn't work -- -- there.
But yeah -- I mean yeah I have my Mac but you know I think I talked to people.
Every day who consume their information differently some on the iPhone -- a computer some on you know an old Nokia whatever might be.
And they consolidate that using different technologies RSS and so forth.
And I think what the future is bringing us is everyone will have a custom way they consume this stuff -- will be a collaborative filter to help deal.
With a terabyte of information added to the Internet every day yeah but you know ultimately -- one -- -- in a -- you know Swiss army.
I Clayton Morris sent back fox and friends of course came on our show last week he actually in that today saying that he loves -- friends lot of great stories for FOX & Friends Weekend from date -- -- -- hello whenever you're getting it done that -- CEO of Digg.com.
What -- -- criticism for business news these days back totally understand it is so negative through are you noticing either way you guessing that people are digging and really interested and it is if the economy if it -- if it -- just tabloid entertainment except you kind of the usual.
Has has -- news.
Bad choice switched over the last you know couple months in September and have everything got a little bit.
Crazy I think it's a fair question when you look at the publication cycles let's call it 24 hours.
You do see people kind of shying away from a lot of negativity if they find something interesting and offbeat and fun sure that'll do very well -- a 24 hour period.
But in real time let's say like you know in the morning when -- typical newspaper offices laboratories.
People are talking and thinking about the economy -- reason I ask because it would -- a small business -- -- the -- valuable information she was right -- advertising marketing what are people picking up what do they wanna -- did this in a big jump in that right just in the last few months absolutely people want to know in real time how to react to this -- what's your favorite story -- -- government.
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