A gross index page of things that exist in this little storage bucket.
- www.ismytwitterpasswordsecure.com - a bad joke that went viral. Sorry.
- TimesTweets - a visualisation of the 'flow' of NYT stories around the globe, based
on geodata stored in stories and the locations of people who tweet them.
- The Tweet-o-Meter - mostly an experiment in THREE.js, it reads in geo info from Tweets and
tries to map which states are supporting who during a sporting game. The states bounce up and down (3D bar chart style) as tweets are received.
(it's dead right now, it costs money to run)
- subway - more 3D stuff. This time trying to put the subway lines on a map of NYC, having them go above and below ground
- quote - a design concept for navigating NYT stories based on the most popular quotes copy and pasted from them.
- nyc-demography - a census map. With colours!
- immigration - a data dive into US visa numbers and industries. I never finished it.
- citibike - data dive using OpenTripPlanner to work out which areas benefit most from the NYC Citibike rollout.
- cardswipe - a mobile UI concept. Don't look at it on desktop, it will burn your eyes.
- meth - product of boredom during a flight. Crawling data on meth busts to see whether Breaking Bad caused a rise in meth
related crimes. It did not.
- NYTravelogue - a different way of navigating NYT stories, this time creating a photowall of the US states. Click on one to
drill down to the country level. Never completed this, either.
- reddnyt - taking the NYT Newswire API, crawling the Facebook and Twitter share data, then using them as 'upvotes'
in the Reddit algorithm.
- Sochi - a 3D view of the elevation of the Sochi olympic site. An experiment using WebGL.
- NYC Subway Second System - I am a big subway nerd. A 20% finished visualisation of the IND Second System that was
proposed in 1929, including lines that were never build and elevated lines that were destroyed.