Chris Kirk

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

Slate Labs
Nov. 22 2013 3:34 PMEvery John F. Kennedy Street, Park, Airport, and School in the WorldA map of the hundreds of locations named for the 35th president.
Crime
Nov. 21 2013 11:45 AMHelp Slate Dig Deeper Into Gun Deaths in AmericaA crowdsourced analysis of the 10,000-plus people killed by guns since Newtown.
Map of the Week
Nov. 15 2013 2:53 PMA New State Joins the Gay-Marriage MapWelcome to the party, Hawaii.
Low Concept
Oct. 14 2013 4:47 PMLet’s Crowdsource the Next North Korean Photoshop FailWhere will Kim Jong-un show up next? At the VMAs? In Gravity?
Map of the Week
Oct. 4 2013 9:13 AMThe Shutdown Is Making the Capital :(Washington, D.C.’s emoticons reveal its new misery.
Politics
Oct. 1 2013 2:09 PMWho’s Been Most Shut Down by the Shutdown?Which federal agencies are untouched, and which are ghost towns?
Politics
Sept. 23 2013 11:34 AMDebt Limit BingoRepublicans and Democrats are headed for another showdown. Let’s play bingo!
Lexicon Valley
Sept. 11 2013 2:24 PMThe Most Popular Swear Words on Facebook   
Map of the Week
Sept. 5 2013 1:10 PMA Map of the Scientific UniverseA sublime chart of 870,000 scientific studies.
Map of the Week
Aug. 27 2013 9:45 AMThe Middle East’s Big Knot of Enemies and Allies, VisualizedIn one chart.
A Fine Whine
Aug. 19 2013 5:45 AMI’m From America. Stop Complaining, South America.In defense of Americans calling the U.S. “America.”
Map of the Week
Aug. 5 2013 1:33 PMThree out of Four Russians Say Society Should Reject Gay PeopleIt’s not just the Russian government that hates gay people.
Map of the Week
July 24 2013 5:37 AMCan You Name These Cities by Their Starbucks Locations?A journey across the highly caffeinated globe.
Brow Beat
July 22 2013 9:00 AMQuiz: Who Wrote It, Lennon or McCartney? The With the Beatles Edition.
Map of the Week
July 18 2013 10:34 AMChart: The 7,000 Streams that Become the Mississippi RiverA new tool maps the thousands of connections among U.S. rivers.
Map of the Week
Nov. 21 2013 3:48 PMMap: Senate Democrats Nuke the FilibusterThe Senate vote on blowing up the filibuster, mapped.
History
Nov. 18 2013 12:41 PMThe City That Killed KennedyRacism, McCarthyism, and political fervor in 1960s Dallas.
Cool Story
Oct. 23 2013 2:34 PMKu? Poa? Buena onda?What cool looks like around the world.
Map of the Week
Oct. 4 2013 5:49 PMSpaceships That Could Eat Star Destroyers for BreakfastA massive diagram of spaceship sizes.
Map of the Week
Oct. 2 2013 12:23 PMHow Long Will the Shutdown Last?Let’s crowdsource a prediction.
Map of the Week
Sept. 27 2013 12:18 PMA Year of NYC Foursquare Check-insCompressed into a mesmerizing and gorgeous 32-second video.
Crime
Sept. 16 2013 3:34 PMHow Many People Have Been Killed by Guns Since Newtown?Slate partners with @GunDeaths for an interactive, crowdsourced tally of the toll firearms have taken since Dec. 14.
Map of the Week
Sept. 6 2013 11:12 AMWill Congress Let Obama Bomb Syria?Share your predictions.
Two Lives
Sept. 5 2013 7:08 AMHow Would You Have Died in 1811?Play our Wretched Fate game and risk dropsy, quinsy, consumption, and worms.
Map of the Week
Aug. 21 2013 5:30 AMCan You Solve Slate’s Gerrymandering Jigsaw Puzzle?Put the ridiculously gerrymandered congressional districts back together.
Brow Beat
Aug. 6 2013 3:52 PMWil Wheaton Says Discovery Channel Has “Betrayed Its Audience”
Map of the Week
July 24 2013 1:56 PMThe Great Gatsby in Chart FormFitzgerald’s great American novel as an infographic.
Low Concept
July 23 2013 5:49 PMThe Carlos Danger Name GeneratorUse our widget to get a name like Anthony Weiner’s alleged sexting pseudonym.
Map of the Week
July 18 2013 1:28 PMThe Periodic Table of Thrones (BOOK SPOILERS)Delightfully geeky chart shows Game of Thrones characters like elements.
Map of the Week
July 17 2013 11:30 AMWhat Countries Have Marriage Equality?Gay marriage legality by country.

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Sept. 16 2014 4:09 PM It’s All Connected What links creativity, conspiracy theories, and delusions? A phenomenon called apophenia.
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Sports Nut
Sept. 15 2014 9:05 PM Giving Up on Goodell How the NFL lost the trust of its most loyal reporters.