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.
Minnie Driver reads racehorse names that were rejected for being too inappropriate. What's wrong with Ben Timover?
There's a new largest-known prime number, and it's only 17 million digits long.
- Transmogrify your desktop with these amazing Calvin and Hobbes wallpapers, combining photography and Bill Watterson's original art. You can thank redditor kr007.
A frat at Duke is under fire for an Asian-themed party. Nope, nothing racist about these pictures …
Meet the eight senators who opposed the Violence Against Women Act.
Celebrate H.R. Giger's birthday with, uh, xenomorph dubstep.
This is cool: long exposures of couples sleeping, by photographer Paul Schneggenburger.
How eight of the strangest place names in Canada got their monikers.
Surf legend Herbie Fletcher turns wreckage into art.
- What does progress look like? How about this West Point cadet taking his boyfriend to the formal?
Meanwhile, here's a guy crashing a flash mob—and making it way funnier.
Kentucky man shoots down drone spying on 16-year-old daughter
Drone pilots take notice: The world is not your playground.
Walter Palmer, Cecil the Lion's killer, may be extradited to Zimbabwe
Illegally killing a lion in Zimbabwe carries a 10-year prison sentence.
Jon Stewart and Louis C.K. did surprise standup sets at New York's Comedy Cellar
Jon Stewart briefly returned to his first job in entertainment.
Researcher claims Cecil the lion's brother, Jericho, is still alive
Conflicting reports have come out of Zimbabwe.
This bed refuses to let you hit the snooze button
But will you ever be able to sleep again?
Indian rapper protests corporation's toxic waste dump with 'Anaconda' remix
Unilever poisoned this community more than a decade ago.
Man calls police to report bacon-eating cat
'We don't arrest cats.'
Investigation could lead to same-sex emoji ban in Russia
But a ban might not be that easy.
Bill Nye reads some of the mean, anti-science tweets he receives
People really want to tell him global warming is a farce.
How Portals is forging connections in the most unlikely places
Part art installation and part social experiment, these gold shipping containers are wired and ready to recapture the random intimacy we’ve lost.
Hyperwalk is the latest in teen transportation
From Vine stars to the YouNow elite, Hyperwalks were everywhere in Anaheim.
VidCon's Creator track wants to foster the next generation of YouTube stars
New programming fills the void between what Community means at VidCon and what Industry feels like.
Pastel hair was the literal highlight of VidCon 2015
Soft grunge hair was all the rage.
Hank Green on the future of VidCon and his own creative goals
Five questions with Hank Green.
Connor Franta's new label focuses on music curated by digital influencers
Franta has already tested out the concept.
Of content and controversy at VidCon 2015
Content creation is king—but the biggest YouTube convention around knows change is key too.