Hope everyone that reads this subscribes to the Upcoming Stories RSS feed and spends a small amount of time each day kicking anything decent. I'm not convinced that DotNetKicks will end up like Digg due to the very different audience and topics covered, but it still draws attention to the fact that the more we all participate in the process, the better DotNetKicks potentially is.
My vote for this article is a vote for awareness that browsing the "Upcoming Stories" (in the top right of site) is critical for the DNK community to stay as a qualitative authority on .Net related news and info.
This is not the same, because of the "niche" audience this is trying to target. .NET will continue to grow as it becomes the "go to framework" fore more new and upcoming MS projects (i.e. Silverlight). However, u are never going to reach 10 million hits per day on dotnetkicks :)
Having said all that, you might get some of the "bias" as the site gains in popularity whether it be from developers from a certain region (India) or from certain popular .net apps (theblogengine...didn't 5 different themes make the top page in consecutive days) ? :)