If you follow the online social news phenomenon Digg, you’ll recall there was quite a stir recently when revived portal Netscape.com relaunched itself as a virtual clone of the popular site. Netscape boss, Weblogs Inc. CEO and TWIT alumni Jason Calacanis even offered to pay to the top users on other sites $1000 a month to post new stories on Netscape, an offer that incited Digg founder (and BusinessWeek cover boy) Kevin Rose to melt down during a broadcast of his weekly podcast Digg Nation. Since then, much has been written back and forth on the ethics and merits of paying bookmarkers.
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