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Digg

A website that aggregates links and brief descriptions to news articles, videos and podcasts, which are voted on by members who "Digg it!" Founded in 2004, submissions are grouped by topic, and links with the most Diggs move to the home page. A "bury" vote can also be cast if the material is deemed inaccurate or dull, and the site may eventually remove it. When members Digg a particular link, it is kept in their profile page.

In 2012, Digg was sold to three entities. New York technology incubator Betaworks acquired the technology; the Washington Post acquired staff, and LinkedIn obtained patents. In 2016, Gannett partnered with Digg, and two years later, advertiser BuySellAds acquired the company. For more information, visit www.digg.com. See Digg Reader.
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Thats a long way from the 61-yard catch-turn-run sequence that Diggs produced as time expired on Sunday that sent the Vikings to the NFC championship game with a 29-24 victory over New Orleans .
When Saints defender Marcus Williams missed the tackle, diving past Diggs, the receiver turned and raced unchallenged into the end zone as the final seconds ticked away.
com/YorkPoquosonSheriff/posts/1566640460068011) Diggs said.
Since then, the Diggs have continued to plant trees with American Forests, becoming Sequoia Circle members following their participation on American Forests' trip to Rocky Mountain National Park in the fall of 2016.
Sponsored by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey and the Joetta Clark Diggs Sports Foundation, Joetta Clark Diggs' Senior Olympics includes an array of events for participants ages 55 and up designed to increase activity, while providing a fun challenge.
Because it is being done in small volume, Diggs says it takes only six to seven days for the probiotics to start developing and in about 10-12 days it is done.
Diggs (Lemuel Whitley Diggs), a physician who treated sickle cell anemia in a segregated hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, created the SouthAEs first blood bank, and established the countryAEs first sickle cell treatment and research center.
As part of the agreement, Diggs will appear in local television and radio commercials as well as in online, print and social media promotions.
Diggs was spotted in the Quartzville area with several firearms, the sheriff's office said.
Ellen Irene Diggs Ellen Irene Diggs was born April 13th, 1906 in Monmouth, Illinois a college town near the Iowa border.
Diggs, 42, who has been onstage in ''Chicago'' and is best known for his role as Winston Shakespeare in the hit 1998 romantic film ''How Stella Got Her Groove Back,'' recently starred in ''The Best Man Holiday.
Early in the film, Diggs says, "I don't want to be a good man, I want to be a great one.