It's an internet fight and only the funniest meme will emerge victorious. This week's challengers? Jeff Bezos memes, Nancy Pelosi memes, and "I made queso."
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One determined filmmaker is asking hard questions about hard bread. And the animations he made to accompany the query are seriously amazing.
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People paying money to say something on their cars has become the subject of hundreds, if not thousands, of posts online.
It's Monday afternoon and you're already over being at work. We get it. That's why you're looking at Digg right now. So here's something to keep you occupied for a bit.
It's an internet fight and only the funniest meme will emerge victorious. This week's challengers? Mulaney, Shaggy, Thotiana and Fyre Fest.
We don't even want to think about how many rounds it took to pull this off so perfectly.
Somehow, this man rode his bike more than 72 miles without leaving so much as a whisker out of place.
Shosei Iwamoto is 14 years old and he's already managed to figure out ways to cheat the in-game physics of the simulation we call our universe.
Tumblr started flagging adult content on its platform, a day after announcing a ban on such content. One problem: the flagging system appears to be wildly out of control.
In a reminder that he — a former mayor of New York City and current attorney to the president — is just like the rest of us, one of his recent tweets included a typo. Nothing egregious, right? Wrong.
Instagram influencer and mommy blogger Katie Bower — better known as bowerpowerblog — really outdid herself with this post about the internet's least favorite of her sons, Weston. It was also Weston's birthday.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's Instagram post reminded us of one of the most popular articles we've ever posted on Digg, which is always fun to revisit: FiveThirtyEight's "Here's What Happened When Some Dude Ate Like The Rock For A Month."
Out today is yet another fun and educational demonstration of digital image compression, this time from the folks at the Google Chrome Labs. It's called, appropriately, Squoosh.
If the past few months of meming have showed us anything. it's that what's old is new (and longer, and more tiring, and more verbose, and...) again.
If you love the sound of the rain, but dislike everything else about actual rain as we do — the lack of sun, the coldness and the fear of getting wet — then this tunable simulator is just the thing to relax you.
Rather than the outpouring of "awwws" this sort of story usually elicits, this one led to quite the opposite.
"People Watching" has the uncanny ability to make you feel better about humanity, 10 minutes at a time. You deserve this today.
Pulling off these fingernail looks takes incredible skill, long nails and a bit of a twisted sense of style.
Creators of Deep Angel, an AI that can erase people from images, trained an algorithm specifically designed to conjure unsettling images of glitched-out spirits in perfectly normal photos.
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