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.
- Here’s what the Internet looked like in 1995. Is it just like you remember it?
- Peep-infused vodka: for a brilliant and/or terrible Easter.
- In case you missed it: T-Mobile is finally getting the iPhone.
- Henri, the existential cat, muses about the grooming habits of humans:
The forest amidst the lights and billboards of Times Square
Forget the tree that grows in Brooklyn. This ecologist wants to plant a forest in Times Square.
Unlocking the real Hillary Clinton with Crystal's email-scanning algorithm
Apparently, she's primed to win arguments with Obama.
This flying lawn chair is the best backyard project ever
An impressive demonstration of a completely silly aircraft.
Mozilla patches Firefox, bulks up security after hacker breaches its bugtracker
If you're running the latest version of Firefox, you're safe.
BlackBerry somehow found the money to acquire another company
Apparently even as a failing company, BlackBerry has a ton of money.
Mozilla's new Webmaker app lets anyone create Web pages on smartphones
Turning Internet users in emerging markets into contributors to the Web.
Meet 'Brett,' the robot that learns the way your toddler does—only faster
Researchers built Brett’s software on a neural network that operated like a human brain.
This 4K laptop is the first water-cooled notebook ever made
A work of art or a hideous monstrosity?
How 3D printing solved an ancient musical mystery
The problems with an Egyptian billionaire's plan to buy refugees an island
An Egyptian telecom tycoon wants to buy an Island for Europe's desperate refugee migrants.
NIST, FBI developing touchless fingerprint sensors
Time to invest in some new gloves?
Donald Trump's security guard punched a Hispanic protester in the face
The campaign is pressing charges against the protester for what he did to the guard first.
With Kim Davis behind bars, Kentucky county resumes issuing marriage licenses
Marriage has returned to Rowan County, Kentucky.
PBS anchor's trash-talking tweet draws network ire
Backlash to Gwen Ifill proves just how sensitive Obama's Iran Deal is.
DOJ bans warrantless stingray cellphone surveillance by federal agents
The policies do not effect state and local police using the device.