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Or we could build it ourselves!


Great summary of background/context, Beth. (I've just put a link to this in the comments thread at Wild Apricot, so our readers will be sure not to miss it.) What the powers that be at Digg will choose to do with their site in response to user feedback (and specifically this debate) is one question; what the nonprofit sector should/can do with Digg is a different kettle of fish! I'll be following this discussion with great interest: thank you.

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