Dotted Lines: Lance Armstrong is a "Creep"
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.
- How did Nintendo’s Duck Hunt gun work?
- New York City crime in a nutshell: iPhone stolen and then restolen in the same day.
- Swedish cops raid a game of Call of Duty.
- The presidential inauguration has officially been covered by Bad Lip Reading.
- What we learned from the Sigur Rós AMA on Reddit.
- Lance Armstrong sings Radiohead’s “Creep,” with a digital assist from Matthijs Vlot.
Kentucky man shoots down drone spying on 16-year-old daughter
Drone pilots take notice: The world is not your playground.
Baby elephant playing with birds will instantly brighten your day
This baby elephant calf is having so much fun.
Your favorite 'Super Mario Bros' tunes sound incredible on this Nintendo-themed piano
You might need to blow on the keys before playing this piano.
Here's why 'Wet Hot American Summer' will never be the same
Even Paul McCartney can’t make them wet themselves with ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ like he used to.
How we reacted to the death of Cecil the Lion vs. the killing of black people
Why are people more outraged by Cecil the Lion than Sandra Bland's murder?
Cable companies file opening argument in FCC net-neutrality lawsuit
Is the law on net neutrality's side?
Ubisoft is adapting ZombiU for PC, PS4 and Xbox One
One of the most terrifying zombie games in years is getting a much larger audience.
Cloud9 releases one of its HoTS squads
Now just one Heroes team will play under the C9 banner.
Judge orders sheriff to cease campaign against Backpage sex-worker ads
Backpage is still hanging by a thread.
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.