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Derivative Works de Daniel X. O'Neil

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01/20/10

Stop the Ticket Monopoly

10/17/09

Let's Get Past Shepard Fairey and Move Toward A Fair Derivative Works Compensation System

08/11/09

Fort Royal Fourth of July > Study of a Contemporary American Family Farm

10/16/08

The Moment: Gas price changed from 3.79 to 3.73

09/23/08

Apparently *Not* The Future Home of Pequod's Pizza

05/17/08

Consumption

12/10/07

High Definition Billboard

07/ 4/07

Tractors on the Move

06/ 2/07

Stock Brocker's Version of a Pay Day Loan

05/30/07

Froot Loop Fascism

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ABOUT ME

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.

PROJECTS

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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    Projects

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

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