Dotted Lines: The 24-Hour CorgiCam
Every evening, the Daily Dot delivers a selection of links worth clicking from around the Web, along with the day's must-see image or video. We call it Dotted Lines.
- The Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency asks its employees to stop watching Internet porn on the job.
- The $10 million Facebook agreed to pay to settle a lawsuit over its Sponsored Stories may not be enough, a judge says.
- A Wikimedia-commissioned study finds that Wikipedia is finally more accurate than traditional encyclopedias.
- A mobile app called Slices.me claims it can one-up Twitter’s built-in list functionality, but it’s launching at a time when the future of third-party Twitter apps is very much in question.
- Ouya, the video game console that set Kickstarter funding records earlier this summer, has teamed up with Vevo to offer music videos in addition to games.
- The latest tool banks use to determine the health of national economies: your Google searches.
Above: The Pet Collective presents YouTube’s first-ever 24-7 animal livestream, the CorgiCam. Apologies if you were planning on getting any work done ever again.
Armory builds Iron Man a suit worthy of the Norse gods
Tony Stark would be the most stylish hero in Asgard with this leather armor.22k
Homeless man plays best cover of Styx's 'Come Sail Away' you've ever heard
Are we sure this isn't really Dennis DeYoung?19k
Dudes build huge real-life gundam so the U.S. can fight Japan in a giant robot battle
Japan, you have one year to name the battlefield.17k
The great Reddit meltdown has begun
Winter is coming to the Front Page of the Internet.
The 3 biggest questions heading into the ESL ESEA final
The first edition of the ESL ESEA Pro League is coming to a head this weekend with $250,000 on the line.27