Chris Kirk

Chris Kirk is Slate's interactives editor. Follow him on Twitter.

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March 24 2014 3:30 PMThe Slate Podcast Endorsement-O-Matic(Almost) every product recommended on every Slate podcast since the dawn of creation.
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March 13 2014 11:36 AMIs Your State Full of Dangerous Gas Pipelines?
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March 7 2014 12:28 PMPlay Wes Anderson Bingo—Special Grand Budapest Hotel Edition!
Culturebox
March 2 2014 6:00 PMThe Snark MachineWhat Twitter’s smartest critics and funniest comics are saying about the Oscars.
Future Tense
Feb. 20 2014 5:59 PMThe $19 Billion Facebook Spent on WhatsApp Could Have Bought 76 Washington Posts
Five-ring Circus
Feb. 19 2014 12:33 PMWay to Go, Slovenia! Not So Hot, Team USA.Re-ranking the 2014 Winter Olympics medal table by population and GDP.
Science
Feb. 11 2014 4:22 PMThe Deadliest Cancers, in One Chart
Five-ring Circus
Feb. 7 2014 6:02 PMSochi Night LiveThe best Olympic opening ceremony tweets in real time.
Brow Beat
Feb. 6 2014 10:51 AMHere’s Statistical Proof That February Movies Suck
Future Tense
Jan. 30 2014 5:10 PMHere's What the World Would Look Like if Apple, Microsoft, and Google Were Countries 
Low Concept
Jan. 28 2014 2:19 PMWhich BuzzFeed Quiz Are You?Let’s be honest, we’re all hoping to get “Which Simpsons Character Are You?”
Slate Labs
Jan. 13 2014 1:02 PMSlate's Interactives LabData journalism, infographics, and video from Slate’s interactives team.
Low Concept
Jan. 9 2014 5:10 PMWhat Should the Chris Christie Bridge Scandal Be Called?Help us find out by taking our poll.
Low Concept
Jan. 8 2014 12:31 PMBattle of the Weather JokesIt’s cold, but is it Hoth cold or Beyond the Wall cold?
Low Concept
Dec. 22 2013 11:38 PMSlate’s Honest Plot Summary ChallengeName the 2013 movie that each plot synopsis describes.
Moneybox
March 14 2014 9:39 AMShould I Get Amazon Prime?Use our widget to find out if the service—now $99 per year—is a good deal for you.
Low Concept
March 7 2014 4:59 PMDid You Invent Bitcoin?Take our simple quiz to find out whether you are the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto.
Low Concept
March 3 2014 4:53 PMThe Adele Dazeem Name GeneratorUse our widget to Travoltify your own name.
Movies
Feb. 27 2014 8:31 AMPut Your Oscars Knowledge to the Test With This Screenplay Quiz
Movies
Feb. 19 2014 11:52 PMMeryl Streep Gets Thanked More Than GodCrunching the numbers on a decade-plus of Oscar acceptance speeches.
Politics
Feb. 18 2014 12:33 PMWhere Is Information Still Not Free?A ranking of 180 countries by their restrictions on the press and Web.
Future Tense
Feb. 11 2014 11:48 AME.A. Resurrects Beloved ’90s Video Game Franchise as Hideous Free-to-Play Zombie, Fans Outraged
Five-ring Circus
Feb. 6 2014 11:21 AMBuild Your Own National AnthemUse Slate’s interactive to create an anthem for your city, neighborhood, business, or anything else.
Sports Nut
Feb. 2 2014 12:00 PMWorst/Best Call Ever!The biggest Broncos and Seahawks fans on Twitter, side by side.
Politics
Jan. 28 2014 6:03 PMThe Instant Spin RoomThe dueling conservative and liberal Twitter responses to the State of the Union.
Science
Jan. 26 2014 6:30 PMMap: Publicly Funded Schools That Are Allowed to Teach Creationism.Thousands of schools in states across the country can use taxpayer money to cast doubt on basic science.
Slate Labs
Jan. 10 2014 5:33 PMSlate’s Interactives LabData journalism, infographics, and video from Slate’s interactives team.
Low Concept
Jan. 9 2014 12:41 PMThe Chen Guangbiao Business-Card GeneratorNow you can have a card fit for a Chinese billionaire.
Altered State
Jan. 6 2014 11:18 AMMap: Conservative Voters Who Supported Pot in ColoradoPot was twice as popular as Obama in some rural counties.
The Next Silicon Valley
Dec. 19 2013 12:37 PMA World Map of All the “Next Silicon Valleys”Want a startup scene in your hometown? First, think of a catchy nickname.

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