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.
- The Golden Girls nailed marriage equality back in 1991. See above.
- Parents in Park Slope are crusading against iPads in the library. Jordan Valinsky (remember him?) makes funny Brooklyn jokes.
- This minor league ballpark will install video games in its urinals. Call it "X-Stream." But actually call it that, because it's trademarked.
- Rick Ross, c'mon, man. You can't rap about drugging and raping a woman.
- USA Today wants you to have a happy Passover. On Vine.
- Some updates on Spotify's video service.
- Rush Limbaugh has some thoughtful musings on lesbians and substance abuse.
- This guy grew a mohawk and paints advertisements on it. This "real-life" branding won't do much for his klout score, though.
- This Duke Chronicle March Madness headline.
- That red marriage equality sign on your Facebook profile is completely useless, says Vice. (IS IT? DO YOU DISAGREE?)
- Actor turned country singer Jim Carrey has a country song about gun control.
Strolling through Quartyard San Diego, the new urban piazza
How a Kickstarter project helped create the hippest new hangout in San Diego.
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.
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.
This device could let paralyzed people speak by breathing
The computer can turn breath into speech.
With Chrome, Google is about to kill off Flash-based ads forever
A faster, safer web is in our future.
Facebook breaks visitor record with 1 billion visitors in a single day
We're entering a new era of connectedness.
We used a fun new app to turn famous pictures into screenshots from classic video games
Look for these titles soon on Steam.
Meet Boeing's laser weapon designed to make drones go boom
Its beam literally travels at the speed of light. No drone is safe.
ISIS red room, a Dark Net site, promised livestream torture of ISIS jihadists
The site was knocked offline just before showtime.
American teen sentenced to 11 years for helping ISIS on Twitter
In addition, Amin's Internet usage is to be monitored for the rest of his life.
The FTC will host a conference about your privacy and security
PrivacyCon will bring together leaders across government, academia, and tech.
Donald Trump told Miley Cyrus he 'loved' her VMA twerking
The man knows a good butt dance when he sees one.
Man found dead in cell after 4 months in jail for stealing a soda and candy
A judge had previously found him not competent enough to stand trial.
Six U.K. teenagers arrested for DDoSing with Lizard Squad software
British police continue their crackdown on people who use this easy hacking tool.
National Security Letters, a controversial FBI tool, sent back to federal court
NSLs could soon make a comeback