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05/ 2/11

Here's a Bunch of Badasses Watching a Bunch of Badasses Getting Ready to Kill an Asshole Yesterday.


The President Has Two Old-School Phones Next To Him When He Talks to His General. Also: Need to Switch Out that Oval Office Art, Mood Ring-Style.

03/ 4/11

Who Wore It Best?


Apparently the President of the United States Types His Own Documents, and Has to Endure Shoulder-Riders, Like the Rest of Us.

01/ 9/11

The President speaks with the Governor of Arizona while standing in front of a statue of soldiers. Also, there's a smoke alarm outside the situation room.

01/ 2/11

What's clear here is that the President is a joker, and he surrounds himself with those who are willing to play along. For that I am grateful.

12/ 5/10

Couple things worth noting here: 1/ The President and his military are some serious people, and 2/ I am extremely grateful to those who kill our enemies for us.


The President is on the wall, at an empty desk, while the First Lady is surrounded by the hubub of a desk full of children and artwork


The President Points from the Midriff While Discussing the Situation on the Korean Peninsula. Also, he wears Calvin Klein socks, which should not in any way make you think there is a "Back to the Future" thing going on.


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Daniel X. O'Neil: Chicago-based writer and internet developer. I am a co-founder of and the People Person for EveryBlock, a site that pulls together local news and public information. I run dozens of personal projects and websites for clients, and also own half of a poetry book company.


EveryBlock: A news feed for your block.
CTA Tweet: Unofficial Twitter tracker for the Chicago Transit Authority.
CityPayments: Database of all vendors, contracts, and payments that have been posted by the municipal government of the City of Chicago
Wesley Willis Art: Site dedicated to the fact that Wesley Willis was an artist.
Wide Right Turn: An incomplete look at the role of variation in a capitalist society.


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    • Wesley Willis Art
      Site dedicated to the fact that Wesley Willis was an artist.
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      Wireless notifications about service on the Chicago Transit Authority.
    • Wide Right Turn

      An incomplete look at the role of variation in a capitalist society.
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      Humans own their experience of copyrighted content.
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      Simple form for creating Y!Q links to add relevance, annotate text, and provide more sophisticated layers of meaning to web content.