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.
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.
Lemonade Day helps turn elementary-school students into technology entrepreneurs
Learning about the startup life through the lemonade stand.
Facebook Live will now let you stream continuously
Get ready for live nature cams on Facebook.
Google Magenta is Alphabet's attempt at redefining what music is
Google's latest project will be music to your ears.
DRM on Oculus accidentally made it easier for pirates to play stolen software
An unfortunate reality.
In China, this huge straddling bus might be a solution to the traffic problem
Welcome to the future.
Pebble unveils the next evolution of its smartwatch lineup
Back where it all started.
Lyft is rolling out a new ride-scheduling feature
Lyft is testing scheduled rides this summer.
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.