So Digg wants to attack my self-esteem and then offer up the solution? You could call that marketing, but I call it co-dependency.
My life isn't boring. So, yeah, Digg, you needn't wonder why I unsubscribed.
Well, seems to also suggest that email is still not dead if websites like Digg are going to reach way back into their archives and suddenly start emailing me months or years after I gave them my email address. (This didn't work for Mashable either.)