Some weeks ago, Digg was sold to Betaworks. The transaction details are kept secret and many analysts argued that the service would cease to exist. However, the renewal arrived at the site. Developers released version 1 (v1) , which presents a radical change compared to previous aesthetics.The new Digg stories sponsored no and offers a provision of a magazine, not linear. The design is attractive and provides access to top stories easily. The site also incorporates tweets related to the most important issues. By scrolling, or sailing from the top bar, you can see the folk stories and the latest. “After a strong month and a half, we managed to get working on the new Digg a code base and infrastructure cool “, said from the official blog. The renewed aesthetic was received with mixed reviews, being tougher senior users. Many of the complaints were about the system login. Digg presently only allows logins via Facebook accounts . According to Betaworks, is a temporary measure to cut the spam to a minimum. In coming weeks, developers will incorporate a new filter that will give greater freedom to log on. Change to Digg can be very positive, but it needs time to evolve.