The Lonely Island's new video is about spring break (sort of)
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.
- Do you like games and good causes? Do you have literally any amount of money? The Humble Double Fine Bundle is for you!
- The first trailer for Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s highly-anticipated The World’s End is here.
- 8 unexpectedly good dancers, captured in GIF form.
- The Lonely Island crashes Zack Galifianakis’s “Between Two Ferns” to drop their new music video, which is about spring break. Sort of.
If you like 'Doctor Who,' you should stream these 5 shows next
The dematerialization of Who came with very little warning, but there's hope.
Plastic surgery consultations are now just a smartphone swipe away
Apps are making cosmetic surgery more accessible than ever.
The KernelInside the Facebook group for people addicted to QVC
Even in the age of Amazon, the home shopping network has a loyal fandom.Presented by The Kernel
Broncos defense and Peyton Manning outlast the Panthers in Super Bowl 50
If Peyton Manning retires, this was a blaze of glory.
I tried to use Twitter to get signed to the NFL
Put me in, @coach.
Inside Uber’s showdown at the Super Bowl
You may hate Uber's surge pricing—but your driver probably hates it even more.
The British bloggers who are reinventing how the NFL coaches
ProFootballFocus.com: used by fans, media... and 19 NFL teams.
How a pair of microchips could transform football into an intricate dance of data
The NFL's technology arms race is about to begin.
The Internet hilariously mourns Twitter's planned changes with #RIPTwitter
At least they're being funny about it.
Microsoft's Chinese A.I. is already chatting with millions
Microsoft's chat A.I. in China is basically 'Her.'
Drones aren't allowed within 32 miles of the Super Bowl
You can't watch the big game from above.
Apple may soon accept busted iPhones for trade-in credit
Broke no more.
Nintendo has decided to cancel its work on a sleep sensor that nobody ever asked for
Nintendo puts sleep tracking plans to bed.
How one veteran NFL receiver embraced technology to break franchise records
NFL vet talks football future.
Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted a horrible, blurry photo and the Internet won't let him forget it
The Apple CEO's smartphone had a rough time capturing the moment.