Yahoo Conforming it's Web2.0 SuperSuite
If Digg continues on this pace they're going to need Yahoo's help scaling the site as hardware alone should become a major expense. With Delicious, Digg, Flickr and related services, Yahoo seems willing to do whatever it takes to 'own' Web 2.0.Though Digg blog officially denies this acquisition. I still believe yahoo will keep on conforming it's Web2.0 Super Suit by acquisition. Yet there're still other players providing familar services as Digg, such as Reddit, and TailRank. Further more, I don't think that Digg, a new site and still using Googel adsence as one of their incoming sources, would really deny Yahoo's acquisition, all they posted on blog are just negotiation artifice for a better sales price. It's not so interested for a deeper researching.
For the Web2.0 leading competition between Yahoo and Google may attract more. They're both conforming it's own Web2.0 SuperSuite to look for winning the standard establishment station. It seems Yahoo leads the race before Google, but Yahoo conform resources by acquisition should put in consideration. And Google make the suite mostly based on development (Google Lab) and confederation (Firefox). And we used to hear about Google fans but seldom about Yahoo fans. HoHO, It's still a fifthty and fifthty gambling for both site.
In conclusion, the users would always be the last winner, they could continue uploading pics to flickr then publish by blogger, then tag it by del.icio.us or digging on digg, and others will search by Google or Yahoo again. What a Web2.0 internet.