I’ve been perplexed ever since Digg expanded beyond technology: why on earth are World and Business together?
Perhaps it’s very important world news that Pepsi has named a new chief exec. (Why the Digg community cares, I don’t understand.) But what does that have to do with the North Korean missile crisis?
While most people who drive care about oil prices, how, precisely, does that relate to the IRS and and “market leading EDA vendor Cadence Design Systems Inc?”
And while I’m happy to hear that the racist, genocidal leader of Iran has a blog, it seems a little odd next to a story on flight attire. (Or maybe not!)
Enough examples. They abound. The point is: would it have killed you, Kevin, to have had just one more category, and separate Business and World? I don’t think so.
Perhaps you were just worried about categories looking sparse and orphaned. Well, that obviously hasn’t happened.
Please split World and Business![tags] digg, kevin rose, world, business, news, social media, john koetsier [/tags]
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