I created a website tracking US federal legislation and regulations responding to coronavirus and COVID-19. [more inside]
A comic about food, government cheese, being a latchkey kid, being the child of a latchkey kid, and the power of kraft singles in your life
Strikelist is a phone banking + GOTV tool that I built for the 2018 US elections, used by a handful of winning campaigns in Rhode Island this past fall. It's totally free, and it's exclusively for progressive candidates, focusing on local and state-level elections. [more inside]
Political action committees (PACs) obscure which candidates they fund through layers of contributions to intermediary PACs. I built this tool to help untangle those relationship and show how money moves through webs of PACs to political candidates you might not expect. [more inside]
Seersucker went from a working class uniform material to being the sole providence of Great Gatsby cosplayers, how did this happen? I wrote this for Racked to try and find out.
A Google Chrome extension that replaces mentions of the Trump administration with "Trump Regime," which seems more appropriate.
A 3000-mile journey across the country by bus, talking to people about theirs lives and the upcoming presidential election. [more inside]
I wrote this for The Awl. It is about diners and how to sort them.
Yet another food blog. But this time from someone who is obsessed with recreating and eating American-style food while in the UK.
A site that collects links from around the Web showing the intellectual and cultural decline of the GOP.