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!
The KernelThe strange and twisting case of r/A858, Reddit’s indecipherable Stonehenge
Five years ago, cryptic numbers began to appear in a little-trafficked subreddit. They seemed to be a code—one whose purpose, even today, remains a mystery.Presented by The Kernel
Are men OK?: Mantry edition
The food subscription service for MEN ONLY.
With Netflix's 'Lady Dynamite,' Maria Bamford climbs the Stairmaster of Life
With her new Netflix series, Bamford breaks down for the whole world to see.
Lyft is rolling out a new ride-scheduling feature
Lyft is testing scheduled rides this summer.
Twitter confirms that names and photos will no longer count towards the 140-character limit
Twitter updates will give you more room to tweet.
Motorola just teased a Razr comeback
It's like 2006 all over again.
The futures of many prison inmates depend on racially biased algorithms
Prisons use algorithms to predict recidivism, but the code is biased against black offenders.
Microsoft is now using malware-like tactics to trick you into upgrading to Windows 10
Want to keep using Windows 7 or 8? Microsoft has other ideas.
Drone footages captures 70 sharks having a bloody good lunch
Nothing to see here. Just drone footage of 70 sharks feasting on a whale.
How to stop companies and advertisers from tracking you on Facebook
It's time to wise up and opt out.
This floating portable speaker looks like a Death Star, and it's $45 off today
That’s no moon, it’s a speaker!
The iFixit toolkit is the DIY solution to cracked screens and more
Because no one intends to crack their phone's screen, but it somehow always happens.
Miyazaki fans can grab Studio Ghibli films for $10, if they hurry
Hop on this deal as fast as you'd hop on a catbus.