Quickmeme banned from Reddit for alleged vote manipulation
News of the ban broke on Reddit in the form of a Scumbag Steve meme.
Our words in a picture: It’s all about you
If you haven't read all our lofty words, you can at least get a pictorial representation of what we've said over the year.
Data Point: The six worst data leaks of 2011
From Sony to the New York Yankees, these high profile data blunders had security analysts reaching for Mylanta.
Data Point: …And they will know us by the trail of data
Rolling out the welcome mat for the new overlords of data logging with a little TMI.
On the Dot: Anonymous dominates the news
The hacker collective came up again and again this week—in part because of its nasty habit of infighting.
Data Point: Our data, ourselves
In a new column, Data Point, The Daily Dot's editor-hacker considers the meaning of the trails of data we leave behind online.
Covering all the peoples of the Internet
We painted a picture of our Internet. We liked what we saw. We hope you do too.
NBC confirms one Herman Cain accuser received settlement
It didn't take Twitter long to react news that Hermain Cain reportedly paid off an accuser.
Occupy Wall Street marches break out in New York City and Oakland
Details are scarce as protesters from Occupy Wall Street move north through the city of Manhattan and #OWS protestors declare, "We have Bleeker [St]."
Occupy Wall Street debuts on Broadway
Empowered by the cancellation of a planned eviction from Zuccotti Park, Occupy Wall Street protesters are marching on Broadway.
A personal remembrance of Steve Jobs
Daily Dot editor Grant Robertson and others pay respect to Steve Jobs at the 5th Avenue Apple store.
Wordcloud: How we talked about the quake
An earthquake on the East Coast set Twitter into a frenzy of reaction. We aimed the Daily Dot's wordcloud camera at the mayhem and captured this picture of your reactions to the event.
A guide to the riots in London—and online
As the riots in the UK spread to other cities beyond London, the Daily Dot takes a look at how they spread—and how online communities reacted.
Happy Wi-Fi day — It will be your last
Dear wireless internet, today we celebrate you and all you do. But never again.