New website: LibDig.co.uk

Have you ever wanted to say that a blog post is great, or that a video on YouTube should be watched by all LibDems, or found an article on LVT in an online journal? Never got around to blogging it, or don’t even have a blog?
I know that I have, and that many others have pestered me to create a version of Digg.com for the LibDems. So for the last three weeks I’ve been working at it, and today it goes live.
It’s called LibDig and can be found at libdig.co.uk.
It uses the Liberal Democrats Account system to login, so no need for another username and password.
If you are really lucky the LibDem blogs you regularly visit will have one of the fancy widgets on it, allowing you to vote there and then and it’s already integrated with LibDemBlogs so you can see which posts are recommended.
I hope you enjoy the new site, and please submit content you recommend.

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46 Comments

  • Alix Mortimer 8th Oct '08 - 11:04am

    “If you right click on the bookmarklet text and “Add to bookmarks” / “Add to favourites”, when you open the bookmark it will take you to LibDig prefilling the URL and Title of the page you were just on.”

    This isn’t working for me. The prefilled URL is always the LibDig widgets page, no matter what page my browser was resting on when I clicked the bookmark. What am I doing wrong?

  • Alix Mortimer 8th Oct '08 - 11:28am

    Aha, that’s better, thank you!

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