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A Digg for the Other Half of the Planet


Is it just me, or does Digg seem a little bit skewed to the male half of the human race?

I’m not complaining, per se - just acknowledging the fact that Diggers aren’t really my target market - which is unfortunate, because some of my best friends, and coaching clients for that matter, are guys in their late 20’s and early 30’s.

Well, I am h*a*p*p*y to let you know that I have found an alternative to Digg - one that I know you will be interested in - it’s called Bringr.
According to the site, “Bringr is a website for women to bring stories that interest them in order to share them with other women. Our front page is made up of the most popular brings. What our users like and bring will decide what Bringr’s content is.” Now, I don’t think that it will bring traffic in “Bringr-lanche” style - yet, that is!

Take a look. It’s a pink Digg. :D

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    On January 30th, 2007 at 11:50 pm, Ian Bell said:

    Great find! I will definately show the wife :)

    On February 2nd, 2007 at 3:42 am, Luanne said:

    You may wish to check out another “Digg for women” at It’s also “pink” but seems to be more Digg-like since you can down-vote stories you don’t like.

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