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Treat me like a stranger: An interview with Gotye
The Australian pop sensation talks to the Daily Dot about losing control of his own song and breaking through the glass ceiling of YouTube.
Behind “The Guild”: Felicia Day discusses dysfunctional characters and geek culture
The YouTube star takes the Daily Dot behind the scenes for Season 6 of The Guild and addresses gaming culture's "growing pains."
Behind Adult Fan Fiction, a labor of love and literature
Apollo, the owner and longtime moderator of AdultFanFiction.net, discusses the site's history, hardships, and Hall of Shame. 
Falling down an Internet k-hole
Warning: Once you stumble upon this Internet k-hole, there's no turning back. 
Artist Pete Abrams on the “organic credibility” of Sluggy Freelance
At Intervention, Abrams discussed the history of Sluggy Freelance and the future of webcomics. 
The case for anonymity in fandom
The moderator for LiveJournal's Fail Fandom Anon discusses memes, privacy, and fandom wank. 
Behind the scenes of “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries”
Director Bernie Su and his cast discuss their bold transmedia adaptation of Pride and Prejudice on YouTube. 
YouTube star makes the most of life with thin walls
In his popular series Thin Wall Challenge, Ryan attempts to complete bizarre tasks before his neighbors finish having absurdly loud sex. 
Supersize it with MaxGIF
William Wilkinson takes animated GIFs up a notch.
Beneath the covers of Playboy’s #FriskyFriday
The Daily Dot catches up with the curators responsible for Playboy’s sexy, stimulating, and sometimes NSFW photo contest. 
Westboro Baptist Church: Trolling for God
In an exclusive interview, Margie J. Phelps discusses the beliefs and social media strategy behind the controversial Westboro Baptist Church. 
How Mark Oshiro runs the Internet’s largest one-man book club
Mark Oshiro reads, watches, does stuff—and talks to the Daily Dot about all of it. 
Rob Delaney to the Daily Dot: “I had to be good at Twitter”
The affable comedian sounds off on his humble beginnings, Twitter joke thieves, and why Jerry Seinfeld doesn’t need to tweet.
Party photographer KirillWasHere on the art of the “champagne facial”
The NYC-based photographer tells the Daily Dot that his Tumblr has taken off since he revamped it to feature nothing but "hot chicks" and champagne pops.
Redditor turns classic movie scenes into LEGO art
From James Bond to Stanley Kubrick, Alex Eylar's built dozens of miniature sets.
Weebl on Weebl: Web star Jonti Picking reflects on his Internet empire
Ten years after the debut of his still-awesome Web series, Weeble reflects on how the Internet and his work have changed together.
Slashleen has an edge
Kathleen O'Hurley started tweeting because she was bored. Now she does it to entertain. And she does.
Hand it to her: April Hill draws fans
Novelty accounts usually annoy users of Reddit, the social news site. But they fell in love with Reaction_on_my_nub. Here's our interview with its creator, April Hill.