How do cartoons end up in The New Yorker? HBO's new documentary "Very Semi-Serious: A Partially Thorough Portrait of New Yorker Cartoonists" follows magazine's cartoon editor Bob Mankoff as he works through the pitching process. Bob was here to talk about the documentary and, of course, cartoons. Check out the "Answered" tab!
Add some science to your Thanksgiving table with these tips from J. Kenji López-Alt’s New York Times bestselling cookbook "The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science."
Watch a live stream of tonight's debate here at 9PM ET and chat with Digg users and editors about all the tomfoolery.
There's always one: the person in your life that you just cannot figure out what to get for Christmas. New York Magazine's gift experts Alexis Swerdloff and Jason Chen stopped by to offer their advice.
Join us today between 11 am and 5 pm ET for the third installment of our Justice Talk series with the Marshall Project, a chat with experts about the major, systemic problems facing America's juvenile justice system.
Many people are bilingual. Some can speak 3 or 4 languages. But what's it like to be able to speak 10 or 20 languages? Hyperpolyglots Alex Rawlings and Richard Simcott joined Digg to explain what it's like to talk the talk.
J. Kenji López-Alt, author of The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science, joined us last year to answer Thanksgiving cooking questions. Check out his answers and get yourself ready for the big day.
On your way to vote? Already voted? Not voting, not in a million years? Come join the Digg editors and other Digg users to chat about your experience (and tell us where you're wearing your "I Voted" sticker).
We're here to listen.
Nima Veiseh has an autobiographical memory which means he can recall nearly his whole life in vivid, minute detail. It's a blessing and a curse. He and reporter David Robson answered all your questions.
At this point, it's looking pretty clear that Russia is doing what it can to mess around with the 2016 elections — and hack the NSA. Not sure what's going on or what to think? Come chat with writer and scholar Thomas Rid who investigated the hacks for Esquire.
Can't get a date on Saturday night? Getting all the wrong ursine attention? You're in luck! The experts from Reductress are here to answer all your pressing questions about how to attract a lady (and keep those honey-grubbing hibernators at bay).
The last presidential debate is finally upon us. We know it's sad, but you might as well enjoy it with friends. Join our live chat with Digg editors and the Digg community.
Tonight's the second presidential debate of three between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. It's all wrapped up now, but come discuss what went down with the Digg community.
Patrick Hoffman is a writer and private investigator in Brooklyn, NY, and he was here to answer questions about his work as a private eye. Read our Dialog with him here.
Watch a live stream of tonight's vice presidential debate here at 9PM ET and chat with Digg users and editors about all the shenanigans.
We may be on the verge of creating a new life form, one that could be an evolutionary breakthrough — or a potential threat to the survival of the human race. Read Rolling Stone editor Jeff Goodell's piece and check out some of his answers in the "Answered" tab.
Sylvia Earle is a legendary scientist whose career of exploration, advocacy, and engineering has opened millions of minds to the threats facing our overfished and polluted seas. Here's how she answered your questions about the health of our seas.
The Verge's Elmo Keep spent a week traveling in a coffin-shaped bus with Zoltan Istvan, the Transhumanist Party's presidential candidate. What is transhumanism and why are the tech elite so obsessed with it? Elmo and Zoltan were here to answer your questions.
A legend that has since gone straight, Elden Kidd "created dozens of routes and perfected an endless array of ploys, cover stories, costumes, and props" to get people across the border. He dropped by Digg to answer your questions about his colorful career.
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