Digg’s Spy v2: AJAX Run Amok?

digg.comHey, I’m a fan of Digg and all, but it’s redesigned Spy takes the whole AJAX autorefreshing thing a bitt too farr.

As Daryl says, the best feature is having seizures while watching the diggs go by.

Seriously though, I know there’s a pause button, but it’s so small and hard to see — maybe slow down the stream when you mouseover one of the posts so you can click on it… without it slipping by?

I’m all for a more interactive web, but Frogger never seemed like an ideal interface for consuming news!

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Author: Chris Messina

Head of West Coast Business Development at Republic. Ever-curious product designer and technologist. Hashtag inventor. Previously: Molly.com (YC W18), Uber, Google.

3 thoughts on “Digg’s Spy v2: AJAX Run Amok?”

  1. Spy is a nice idea but I can follow it only if it has a reasonable amount of time between refreshes. I have 20 tabs opened at the moment and most likely I lost 50 headlines…

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