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Small update

Owen rolled out a couple new features updates last night:

Spy: Stories now start scrolling right away (no initial delay). We have also slowed down the refresh rate slightly.

Report stories as 'inaccurate': Digg now allows logged in users to bury stories as 'inaccurate'. Once enough people bury the story, it is removed from the queue and the following banner is displayed at the top:



This is similar to the way Wikipedia marks entries that are potentially inaccurate.

Profanity filter: Logged in user now have the option to turn on a comment profanity filter (http://digg.com/users/username/profile).

Digg on,

Kevin