Today we’re happy to tell you that during the past few weeks we have been working with the new Digg team to provide a new home for the historic Digg user data. Digg is adding an archiving service for their old users to export all of their data and we’re one of the partners committed to storing people’s submissions, saves, diggs and comments. Once you have imported your links into Kippt, we archive them and make them searchable.
If you haven’t checked out the new Digg already, you definitely should. It’s built from the ground up by the team behind News.me, a Betaworks company, in NYC. We’re absolutely thrilled to work with them as they are also a small startup and act like it: the new Digg v1 was build just in 6 weeks.
At Kippt we believe that everyone should own the data they create and we try to provide the best possible tools to make everything portable. We’re committed to adding more tools and APIs in the future so that you don’t ever have to worry about losing access to your data ever again.
The Kippt team
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