To connect to the Digg community, share a little about yourself. Understanding Digg is simple; the more you use the site, the more info will accumulate in your profile.
The Digg homepage is full of content the "diggnation" feels is interesting. A Internet tutorial series by butterscotch****.
Digg works because the community shares stories it finds funny, interesting, outlandish, controversial and any number of other descriptors. A Internet tutorial series by butterscotch****.
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As with anything online, it's important to understand privacy settings in Digg. You can set your Digg profile to private
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Online friends are great and all, but you'll want to connect to your real-life friends who are already using Digg. A Internet tutorial series by butterscotch****.
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The official Digg iPhone app finally hits the streets this week! Plus: a sneak peek the Opera mini-browser for the iPhone.
Kristy Oshita from Girls In Tech NYC interviews Amy Vernon on what is Digg? This is 1st part of a 3 part series on Digg.
Kevin discusses the situation regarding Jay Adelson, ex-CEO of Digg and Revision3. Follow him on Twitter jayadelson to keep up with his future happenings. As Kevin steps in as interim CEO, a few changes are coming into play to better your Digg experience. Check them out!
The Better.TV story "Taye Diggs", originally aired on May 17, 2010 at 07:59PM. The story was classified under the "Entertainment" category, and is related to the following topics: actress, voc, actor, ally, taye diggs, kate walsh.
The official music video for Traum Diggs' new single "Come On Over" off the For Colored Girls (& White Chicks Too) mixtape. Shot at Stecchino in NYC. Download or purchase the new mixtape at www.traumdiggs****
Hippie Glenn and Prager discuss the demise of Digg, tiny house and the advent of Kickstarter.
Taye Diggs, Sanaa Lathan & Nia Long talk discuss Holidy season during Spring and the changed views on race in 'Best Man Holiday'
Idina Menzel and Taye Diggs have decided to separate after ten years of marriage. Her rep confirmed the news to US Weekly saying, "Idina Menzel and Taye Diggs have jointly decided to separate at this time. Their primary focus and concern is for their son. We ask that you respect their privacy during this time." That son would be 4-year-old Walker. The pair met back in 1995 while performing on Broadway's Rent and worked together once again on the movie adaptation. No word on why the two decided to part ways. We wish them the best!
Blindspotting is a 2018 American comedy-drama film directed by Carlos López Estrada, and written by Rafael Casal and Daveed Diggs. The film had its world premiere on January 18, 2018 in the U.S. Dramatic Competition section at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. It was released on July 20, 2018.
The film follows two childhood friends, convicted felon Collin (Diggs) and troublemaker Miles (Casal), through the last three days of Collin's year-long probation. Collin lives in a probation house and struggles with trying to get his life in order and put his criminal past behind him, while the short-tempered and rowdy Miles searches for trouble and embraces the "street" lifestyle. One night while waiting anxiously for a red light to change in order to get home for his 11pm curfew, Collin witnesses a white police officer (Embry) gun down a black civilian, an incident that haunts Collin over the next few days. Miles purchases a gun which ends up in the hands of his young son Sean, an incident which horrifies Sean's mother Ashley (Cephas Jones). Collin begins to realize that Miles' recklessness will likely land him into trouble, and the two are set on an explosive collision course.
The screenplay for Blindspotting was written by Rafael Casal and Daveed Diggs over a period of 9 years. The pair grew up in Oakland, California and felt that cinematic portrayals of the San Francisco Bay Area have constantly "missed something". They wanted to draw attention to the culture, community, and sense of "heightened reality" that shape life in Oakland. The film addresses issues of gentrification, police violence, and racism.