OMG!! Digg Creates "Autos" Category! Huzzah! Huzzah!

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OK, so in case you haven't noticed the little yellow boxes with numbers in them on some of our posts, they're buttons for a website called Digg. If you don't know what Digg is, we're afraid you're like, totally behind the eight ball when it comes to social media sharing sites on the interwebs and you immediately need to turn around and head back to 2004 and go play with your Fark or something. But if you're like us, you're in the know on this whole Digg thing, and you know it's a great way to get our auto content out to the masses. Unfortunately, for too long, the website all about verbs with an extra "g" involving using shovels hasn't really had an "Autos" section. Car-loving sites like ours have been forced to drop...

...our stories into the random troughs that are the Digg sections on "Motorsports" for anything vaguely track-related or "Design" for concept cars and new reveals. No longer! The wise and just rulers of Digg have now deemed car enthusiasts everywhere worthy enough to receive our very own category. That's right, there's now an "Autos" category on Digg. Go and check it out. It's full of all sorts of auto amazingness like...umm...a Winding Road story. Shoot. Well, feel free to populate the new category with anything you'd like from our site using the handy little drop-down "Share" box at the bottom of each of our posts. It's fun, it's exciting — it's almost magical! Do it for us and you know, the children or something. [Digg Autos]

Also, feel free to check out the Digg FAQ here and the "How To" here.

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