Digg.com has become a very popular site seemingly over night.
However, their heavy-handed tactics have begun to alienate many in the
online world. As a result, several Digg-clones have begin
springing to life. Here is the current list, and it is growing

Some of these clones are quite nice, growing rapidly in
popularity. Some differences, for example, reddit and
del.icio.us use a different rating system entirely. Others present a
wide range of topics and different kinds of news. Here is how they
stack up:

Columns: Language – Average Votes of the Front Page – Name and Link – Focus