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How can I log-in to digg.com via email?

Digg.com has removed that option . I had put my google Reader extracted file in Digg.com with email log-in . Can I get it back?
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Is there a Digg Reader bookmarklet?

And if there is, where can I find it? I realise there's a browser plugin, but I'm specifically trying to find a bookmarklet. One to allow me to add sites to Reader, rather than having to add them ...
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Submit a link to Digg: Invalid URL

I am trying to submit an URL to Digg, but get Invalid URL: What's the problem?
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Log in to Digg with email

I (accidentally) created another Digg account when I signed up for Digg Reader, because I used the same (my primary) email I used for Google Reader. Now I just realized I have two Digg accounts, one ...
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Would creating something similar to a RSS reader be violating Google News's TOS? [closed]

I want to create something like Digg/Reddit using results from Google News. Is this allowed? Thanks.
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How to make Google Reader (or any RSS reader) get items from the NEW Digg.com? [closed]

Since this morning (Aug-25 2010) Google Reader can't read the Digg RSS feed. Apparently, Digg.com underwent a major upgrade, and a lot of things had changed. If I paste the URL ...
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Have Google Reader show entire Digg article?

If you subscribe to a Digg RSS feed, I'm sure you are familiar with this problem. You can view the story, but then you have to click through to Digg.com, and then click again to view the actual ...
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Can I get an RSS of the top Digg Technology items only?

I currently subscribe to Digg technology feed in my Google Reader. But I can't possibly keep up with the 900 posts a day that it gets (almost as much as TechCrunch). Is there a way to get only the ...
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How does Digg calculate the hotness of a link?

How does it decide to put something on the homepage? I know it's not only vote count, but what else is taken into account?