Dotted Lines: Old people read Rob Delaney's tweets
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.
- It takes a maximum of 19 clicks to get from any website to any other. It’s like the Web’s Bacon Number.
- Check out the most awkward news interviews of all time.
- This is what wearing Google Glass is like.
- Jimmy Kimmel has some old folks read Twitter-famous comedian Rob Delaney’s tweets:
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- Selling new vinyl pressings of old, public-domain recordings turns out to raise some copyright issues.
- A band films an entire video using stock photo models. And that’s the least creepy part of it.
- Online dating ... as an 8-year-old.
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‘The A-Team’ credit sequence remade in Grand Theft Auto V is fantastic
1980s ensemble-cast action show, Rockstar Games-style.
The viral video smear campaign against Planned Parenthood is a war on poor women
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VidCon's Creator track wants to foster the next generation of YouTube stars
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Pastel hair was the literal highlight of VidCon 2015
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Hank Green on the future of VidCon and his own creative goals
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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.