This video of a toddler dancing to Techno music has already had over 160,000 views in it’s first day online, and the great thing is it only needed 6 Diggs to get there.

So who was it who said that you could only get high viewing numbers by making it on to the frontpage of Digg?

I guess it must of been someone who hasn’t heard of Twitter.

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