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.
Behind the sprawling art installation in Chicago you can control with your phone
Meet the mad scientists of Chicago’s urban renewal movement.
Hillary Clinton’s evolving response to her private email scandal
Clinton's answers aren't as cut and dry as they were five months ago.
The new Scarlet Letter
From Ashley Madison to the Rentboy.com raid, slut-shaming has gone viral.
'Hannibal' is subverting everything we know about male relationships
Bryan Fuller's serial killer fever dream has evolved a male friendship unlike anything else on television.
The 'Untold and Untrue' story of the Janoskians, YouTube's sweetest pranksters
The Janoskians are redefining boy bands for the YouTube generation.
Ashley Madison was working on an app called What's Your Wife Worth
This is probably the most chauvinistic app ever imagined.
Artificial intelligence can make any photo look like a famous painting
Many people are skeptical about technologies that can reproduce objects quickly and accurately.
If you're feeling depressed, don't look at your phone
It's easy to reach for it. Here's why you shouldn't.
Behold the recursive weirdness of a subreddit made entirely of bots
The bots have spoken.
Meet Boeing's laser weapon designed to make drones go boom
Its beam literally travels at the speed of light. No drone is safe.
NASA's crazy new self-healing material can take a bullet
Some truly space-age technology.
We're one step closer to mind-controlled robotic body parts
Artificial nerves are the future of robotic prosthetics.
Facebook Likes can paint a very intimate picture of who we are
'It's much more difficult to monitor your appearances and opinions in years of your Facebook history.'
Jefferson Davis statue removed from University of Texas campus
Students celebrated the removal today.
Chris Christie thinks the U.S. should track immigrants like FedEx packages
He says he's going to work with FedEx's CEO to make it happen.
Bogus Electronic Frontier Foundation site targets users with malware
A spear phishing campaign used the name of the Electronic Frontier Foundation to exploit victims' trust.
Sarah Palin heaps praise on Donald Trump and criticizes 'idiots in the press'
'Everything about Donald Trump's campaign, it's avant-garde.'
Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley say Democratic debates are 'rigged' for Hillary Clinton
'This is totally unprecedented in our party’s history.'
Campaign raises more than $120,000 for Syrian refugee who was selling pens to survive
#BuyPens connected strangers.