Dig is the debut album by the Canadian alternative rock band I Mother Earth, released by Capitol and EMI on August 10, 1993. It went Gold in Canada in its initial run, and today stands at Double Platinum in Canada. It also won a Juno Award in 1994 for Best Hard Rock album.
"Dig" is the first single from Mudvayne's 2000 album L.D. 50. The song features innovative playing by Ryan Martinie (bass) and Matthew McDonough (drums); the latter puts his double-bass pedal to good use on this track. The song won the first ever MTV2 Award in 2001.
"Dig" will be the second single released by American alternative rock band Incubus from their sixth studio album Light Grenades (2006). The band wants fans to help create the music video for the song and they have started a contest called "I Dig Incubus". http://www.idigincubus.com/ Whoever wins the video contest, may have the video featured as the "official" video of Dig. It has been confirmed by Incubus in a recent newsletter, that the top 5 contestants will be announced on February 1, 2007.
an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect; "his parting shot was `drop dead'"; "she threw shafts of sarcasm"; "she takes a dig at me every chance she gets"
The letters "DIG" followed by a number identify an unofficial collection of patents (i.e., a "digest") based on a concept which relates to a class but not to any particular subclass of that class. For example, Class 123, DIG 12, is a collection of hydrogen-fueled engines in Class 123, Internal Combustion Engines. Digests have been created over the years by Examiners to facilitate their searches within the arts or technologies under their jurisdiction. Digests are unofficial collections and are not available in the Public Search Room.
Digital Input Generator. A device that produces clock signals at f, f/2, f/4, f/8. Used to generate clock signals analogous to those available in the computer simulation of digital circuits using PSpice9.1 Student Version