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W00T! I got Dugg! Answered

Hooray!

Someone Dug my Rubik's cube 'ible, and I got 1986 (so far) diggs!

Wow, this is nutz!

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GorillazMiko (author)2008-02-06

After digg beat Instructables, you still decide to use it?!?!?!

:P

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zachninme (author)GorillazMiko2008-02-07

Instructables doesn't have a social news feature that can procure 200+ news stories a day...

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GorillazMiko (author)zachninme2008-02-07

True, but I never used digg before, never will. Instructables beats EVERYTHING.

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zachninme (author)GorillazMiko2008-02-07

Your logic still doesn't make sense... Google is also awesome, but I'm not going to expect it to drive me to school. They don't have a taxi service... yet...

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Noodle93 (author)zachninme2008-02-10

Taxis meet google earth. 'Enter in the name of where you would like to go.' 'Preston' 'Destination set to Preston, New York, USA.' 'NO NO NO! Wait! I wanted to go to Preston, Victoria, Australia'.

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GorillazMiko (author)zachninme2008-02-07

That's true... But I still think Instructables is the best website out there. :-)

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Bran (author)2008-02-06

Digged? I always thought the plural was Dug.... Great job man!

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NachoMahma (author)Bran2008-02-06

. I'm not so sure that, in this case, Digged is incorrect. For the same reason(s) I think Googled/Googling/Google (as a verb) is OK.

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Labot2001 (author)NachoMahma2008-02-07

can you use "wikipedia" or "wiki" as a verb?

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zachninme (author)NachoMahma2008-02-06

Nono, digged is incorrect. On digg.com, they use the word "dugg" Google is a verb, its in the dictionary.

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NachoMahma (author)zachninme2008-02-07

. OK. I guess the Digg people should know. ;)

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T3h_Muffinator (author)Bran2008-02-06

hmm.... it's not a plural, it's more of a past-tense verb, but whatever.

I suppose the right word is dug, so I'll change that now.

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Goodhart (author)T3h_Muffinator2008-02-06
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Bran (author)T3h_Muffinator2008-02-06

Ah, well, that's what I meant. Didn't know if it was one of those "special" on-line terms. Very nice!

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Labot2001 (author)Bran2008-02-06
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Bran (author)Labot20012008-02-06
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Brennn10 (author)2008-02-06

Sweetness of chocolate chip muffins! Nice job Josh!

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whatsisface (author)2008-02-06

Post a link and I'll give you one more ;-)

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