Digg This: Digg.com No Longer Just for Tech News Junkies

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SAN FRANCISCO, June 23, 2006 (PodTech News) — Social news website Digg.com is expanding beyond the technology geek universe. The 18-month-old startup is adding four new content areas, including video, to its offerings, the company announced Thursday. Starting June 26th, registered Digg.com users can test-drive the beta version of the new site, with World & Business, Entertainment, Science and Gaming areas in addition to the existing Technology news category. PodTech’s Catherine Girardeau stopped by the company’s new headquarters in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill district to talk with Founder and Chief Architect Kevin Rose and CEO Jay Adelson.

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