Dotted Lines: Kid President's March Madness bracket
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.
- Body spray gets axed at a Pennsylvania high school after it sends one kid to the hospital.
- Animated Calvin and Hobbes?! Is there anything the Internet can’t do?
- Thumbs and Ammo: the blog where movie heroes give a big ol’ thumbs-up instead of brandishing firearms.
- President Obama released his NCAA tournament bracket today ... and so did Kid President!
As elections approach, Iran cracks down on Internet activism with 'advanced' censorship tactics
Many popular censorship circumvention tools have seen a large drop in their connections from Iran.
New data suggests women write better code
There's a catch, of course.
AirBnB is offering you the chance to sleep inside a Van Gogh painting
And it’s only $10 a night!
Uber's class-action lawsuit settlement might give you a nice little payday
You might get some money back.
Changing your iPhone to one specific date will totally break it
It's no way to time travel.
Forget 4G LTE: AT&T is already working on 5G field testing
The insane wireless speeds are coming to Texas.
Behind the anonymous site collecting Amazon 'horror stories'
Behind a veil of anonymity, former and current employees are airing grievances online.
Marijuana purchases skyrocketed during Super Bowl weekend
A different kind of super bowl.
11 Valentine's Day episodes to add to your queue
'New Girl,' 'Parks and Rec'… Even 'Mad Men' delivers the feels.
We intercepted some highly inappropriate Valentine's Day cards
When you care enough to send the very best.
18 people who completely ruined Valentine's Day
Love's not for everyone.
How I fell in love over AOL Instant Messenger
On merging my online self with my IRL self.
Fascinating Valentine's Day map shows where gift searches are the most popular
How original is your gift idea? Check your state to find out.