Dotted Lines: "Star Trek: The Next Generation" meets "Call Me Maybe"
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.
- Wired is the latest outlet to interview Bobak Ferdowsi, the mohawked NASA-engineer-turned-meme.
- Phew!: Craigslist no longer wants exclusive license to all of your Craigslist postings.
- Report: Google+ is still a ghost town.
- Battle.net, the Blizzard service that runs popular games like World of Warcraft, has been compromised, and users' personal info may have been exposed.
- A new app called Burner will set you up with throwaway phone numbers on the fly.
- Amazon stops processing payments for Unglue.it, a Creative Commons eBook publisher.
Is social media enabling black-girl-on-girl violence?
How much does racism, stigma, bullying, and sites like World Star Hip Hop contribute to this epidemic?
FBI raids dental software researcher who discovered private patient data on public server
Justin Shafer reported a flaw in a company's system. Then the FBI came knocking.
Save the world, save money on meds, and make your head explode with this week's best apps
Hero Emblems is already one of the best games on iOS.
New image upload feature on Reddit will allow for uncompressed photos and GIFs
This relationship just got awkward.
How to make your own on-demand geofilters for Snapchat
Impress everyone within a 200-feet radius.
MySpace may have been hacked and never told its users about it
This definitely isn't in anyone's top 8.
Facebook's ads will now follow you around the web
A small change will show Facebook ads to everyone.
16 unicorn accessories to make life more magical
Growing up just means you can buy all the unicorn stuff you want without asking.
14 baby accessories that automatically make you the cool aunt or uncle
Be a cool aunt or uncle, not a regular one.
6 giant lawn games to play at your next party
Like you, games have grown up too.