I always get excited when it’s an election year, but particularly this one because it’s been eight long years. Two web projects related to the U.S. election caught my attention today. First, the New York Times, Design Observer and AIGA teamed up to create an initiative in citizen journalism. The Polling Place photo project accepts […]
1) On Bush’s plan to turn America into an ownership society at the New Yorker. “The ownership society promises freedom, but at the price of a huge shift in risk, away from government and society and onto individual citizens.” 2) Chart showing the average IQ in states voting for Kerry or Bush. [via kottke and […]
The BBC has a map that shows red and blue states from past elections dating back to 1948 (click on the tab “Past Elections”). Now how do we get the map to look like 1964 again? 2004 – too much red for me. 1964
Couldn’t wait to get my vote in, so I voted early today at city hall. Hope you have or will tomorrow!