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.
- One of the FBI's 10 most wanted fugitives—a child-porn-hoarding schoolteacher—was detained in Nicaragua.
- What it looked like to hover over Tsarnaev's capture.
- 10 magazines you won't believe actually exist.
- Matthew Keys, the former social media editor for Reuters indicted for allegedly helping Anonymous hack into and deface the L.A. Times, was fired today—but apparently not for that. Here's his version of events.
- This video parody sticks it to every music blogger ever.
- Oh yeah, and here's Boardwalk Empire's Michael Shannon reading that crazy, viral sorority girl letter.
- And speaking of that sorority, you know the frat they're trying to court? You get to meet them too.
This incredible 360-degree video puts you inside Infiniti's QX30 concept car
Sit in the driver’s seat as the QX30 concept car is created around you
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.
Facebook's human-powered assistant is nothing like Siri
It's like Taskrabbit meets Cortana.
This company is selling ammo designed to take down drones
The line between catchy marketing and corporate responsibility continues to blur.
Tesla's new car is so awesome it broke Consumer Reports
It scored 103 out of 100, and that shouldn't even be possible.
Instagram is ditching the iconic square
It's completely changing the app.
Stop blaming smartphone makers for your own mistakes
Stop breaking things.
Eter9's virtual avatars learn from you in life and mimic you in death
It's like Facebook, but for digital ghosts.
We used a fun new app to turn famous pictures into screenshots from classic video games
Look for these titles soon on Steam.
Ted Cruz makes a 'gay florist' joke in baffling interview
What Cruz was thinking about while he was 'flipping porkchops' with Ellen Page.
CenturyLink joins Connect America Fund to expand its rural broadband service
'This is the largest amount accepted by any company to date.'
U.K. government reveals thousands died after their welfare payments were stopped
The Conservative government insists that there is causal link between the two factors.
Journalists are supporting Virginia news station with #WeStandWithWDBJ tributes
Vicki Chen, investigative producer at KVUE the Austin ABC affiliate, started to spread the hashtag.
Walmart to stop selling AR-15 rifles
The announcement comes on the same day reporters were murdered in Virginia.