Two Digg editors put their heads together to suss out why all our media feeds are routinely taken over by the sponge boi from Bikini Bottom.
Say farewell to the pages for Tesla, SpaceX and any other Musk-owned venture with an official home on Facebook.
How did Subaru become the unofficial car of Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Washington and Oregon? It all has to do with a shrewd — some might say cynical — marketing decision made all the way back in 1971.
Mattress Firm mattresses are rarely this discounted. They’re even offering 0% APR for 72 months, so you can spread out your payments without getting pummeled with interest. If you’re interested in getting a new mattress, don’t sleep on this sale.
Sure, it's annoying when a moose is in the road and refuses to move. What's more annoying is having to buy yourself a new windshield.
A recently passed bill claims to protect women from sex trafficking. Sounds good, right? Not so much.
Some marriages break up due to drugs, alcohol or infidelity. This one is on the rocks because the wife cannot refrain from bellowing lines from "You Oughta Know" at her husband at inopportune moments.
In just a few years, the man who inaugurated a new era of TV with "The Office" went from one of the most original voices in comedy to a complete gasbag.
Wolf-whistling has been at the heart of some of history's most iconic films and is central to the story of cartoons. But, Alex Marshall asks, is it time to write its obituary?
Think you've utilized all the space of your tiny pickup truck? Think again, cause you're probably thinking too small.
California is the the most populous state in the US. And it has roughly the same number of people as the Tokyo metropolitan area.
Because Barker is normally a dry, green space, most homeowners in the neighborhood had no clue that their properties were inside an area susceptible to flooding during extreme storms.
If you want to work with networking technology, getting certified in Cisco Networking Systems (one of the world's largest, most powerful networking companies) is a good starting point.
The fact that this mom appears to be not bad at "Call of Duty" is weirding the pup out.
It's possible to avoid ads online by installing web extensions and apps, but there's no offline equivalent to block all the billboards, bus decals, and banners from view. Artist Jorge Pérez Higuera imagined if there were a way to block real-world ads.
Thirty years since the release of the band's iconic second album, it holds as much power as the day you first discovered it.
Scientists are bamboozled, but their best guess so far is that the elephant is trying to eat wood charcoal and blowing away the ash before eating the rest. But we shouldn't rule out dragon elephants.
In 1993, the makers of "The Killing Fields" and "Chariots of Fire" bought the film rights to the world's biggest video game. The result was a commercial disaster. But that's only part of the story.
Let the nostalgia flow through you.
Trump signed the $1.3 trillion spending bill to keep the federal government open Friday.
What Saddam Hussein's romance novels and Kim Jong-il's film criticism reveal about authoritarianism.
Inevitably, the one available outlet will be located in the most inconvenient location possible. This portable power strip gives you enough outlets to charge all your devices and has a 5-foot cord so you can reach it from wherever you’re sitting.
Is this the "you messing with my truck" Vine guy? We can't be sure, but in our hearts, we choose to believe.
With Portlandia wrapping up it's final season, hipsters will finally, completely step out of the spotlight.
Private clinics in Germany sell cancer patients hope — and mixed results — at exorbitant prices.
Down three with seconds left, Brazilian pro player Paulinho Boracini somehow turned a 3-point deficit into a 1-point win.
For the first time, US publicly traded companies must disclose how much they pay their chiefs compared with the median worker.
Anderson's stable of actors — Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum and so on — dish on the one director that's often imitated but impossible to duplicate.
Cardi B for president?
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: We haven't forgotten about the dang alien alloys, the video game industry needs to unionize and why cutting up your brand new tires is a bad idea.
These games were not tempered by the delay and time for introspection that even the shoddiest Steam releases get. Newgrounds was an eternal game jam producing formal experiments and bursts of visceral emotion.
We're not sure if this coyote wants to be adopted by these people or wants to eat them, but probably safer to keep the windows closed.
Last year, bike sharing took off in China, with dozens of bike-share companies quickly flooding city streets with millions of brightly colored rental bicycles. Unfortunately, it took off too quickly.
What can the most advanced version of the Unreal Engine and a $60,000 computer get you? Aside from some serious cryptocurrency mining power, you can have yourself some extremely lifelike light reflection effects on Captain Phasma.
Why the linchpin of Marvel’s “Avengers” movies — and walking image of American fortitude — is giving it all up to play a villain on Broadway (and learn to tap dance).
I had a self-diagnosed avoidant attachment style. I'd been single, dating disappointing men, or self-sabotaging my relationships for six years — I thought I was finally ready for change.
An updated genetic analysis confirms the skeleton as being human — but with an unprecedented variety of mutations.
Torque, torque, torque, torque and torque. By the way, did we mention? Torque.
In almost every community in the US, it's clear that market-based housing is not affordable for the vast majority of people.
Each state is sized to reflect the revenue of its largest company — and, as you can see, Arkansas is more than twice as big as any other state.
Guess you once open the floodgates, the ducks just keep coming... and coming... and coming...
U.S. politicians are convinced the company is a threat to national security.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal is drawing attention to malicious data thieves and brokers. But every Facebook app — even the dumb, innocent ones — collected users' personal data without even trying.
A soldier narrates the combat footage he captured on the day Detroit was under supernatural attack — and explains why the attack wasn't what it seemed.
It took Anders Walter four years to make "I Kill Giants," four seconds for our critic to pan it on Twitter and one meal to hash things out.
Logically, of course you know there's a lag between when the man starts pouring water and when it actually hits the bottom of the well. And yet your brain may not be able to handle just how long that lag lasts.
This desk organizer does it all. It’s an under-the-table headphone stand and an apple watch charging dock AND a USB charger with three ports. Not bad for $30.
Christopher Wylie, the whistleblower who helped found Cambridge Analytica, recently came clean about his role in creating the controversial data-mining outfit. BuzzFeed News has obtained communications showing what he thought about it back then.
UPSETTING BUT IMPORTANT
Parents Fight Back Tears Explaining School Shootings To Their Children
HEY, MAYBE DON'T TRY THIS
How Much Would Not Sleeping For A Week Mess You Up?
YOU ARE BROKEN BUT SO ARE THEY
A Few Devastating Truths About Love
REVEL IN THE AWKWARD
A Deeply Uncomfortable Man Experiences His First Kiss In Slow Motion
'FEED ME GRAPES AND FAN ME'
Listening To People Talk Frankly About Their Sexual Proclivities Is A Breath Of Fresh Air
TBH WE WOULD BE SUPER EXCITED, TOO
Karate Black Belt Teaches Some Very Excited Kids How To Use Nunchucks
BY WHATEVER BEANS NECESSARY