Two weeks ago, my friend Rich Schuster (SML Wiki) sent me a photo of the halloween costume his friend Nathan Sharatt (SML Wiki) has made. I like it, so I faved it on Flickr and dugg it.
Since Digg now added Web 2.0 features, I thought that it would nice to leave a nice comment thanking demonbaby for sharing, since he is a friend of mine.
Digg - Spectacular Bioshock Big Daddy / Little Sister Halloween Costume! [Pics]: User Comment from iamorlando
Just like that, I received a comment from a user named iamorlando posted on 2007-11-01 which says the following:
Thanks for adding to our discussion, also thank you for turning the comments section into our own personal correspondence section.
iamorlando's comment has +13 diggs on it, for which I am stunned. Conversely, my thank you note has -26 diggs on them, which I am double stunned.
To figure out why a user hate me so much, I instructed SML Bio Bot to do some research for me to determine who iamorlando is, and this is what it scooped:
SML Wiki: iamorlando
SML Question to iamorlando
If we cannot even thank our friends for posting to something we thought is brilliant on Digg, then what should we post instead?
Conversely, how reasonable are the Web 2.0 comment digging features on Digg?
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