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.
- The Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency asks its employees to stop watching Internet porn on the job.
- The $10 million Facebook agreed to pay to settle a lawsuit over its Sponsored Stories may not be enough, a judge says.
- A Wikimedia-commissioned study finds that Wikipedia is finally more accurate than traditional encyclopedias.
- A mobile app called Slices.me claims it can one-up Twitter’s built-in list functionality, but it’s launching at a time when the future of third-party Twitter apps is very much in question.
- Ouya, the video game console that set Kickstarter funding records earlier this summer, has teamed up with Vevo to offer music videos in addition to games.
- The latest tool banks use to determine the health of national economies: your Google searches.
Above: The Pet Collective presents YouTube’s first-ever 24-7 animal livestream, the CorgiCam. Apologies if you were planning on getting any work done ever again.