The Guardian invited me to write a searing hot take on the UK’s planning system to ‘celebrate’ the 70th anniversary of listed buildings, and they put it in the actual newspaper and everything.
I’ve done some pioneering Star Trek-based data journalism to see how the prominence the characters in each show shifted in over time, and the season in which the lead character… isn’t, so much.
Arts venue mugs off a generation, elder member of said generation mugs off the arts venue. And so the cycle continues.
I compiled the data and wrote the words for this interactive piece about almost everyone on banknotes being a bloke.
I lost my mind and wrote 3,000 words about bridges, tunnels, ferries, and so on.
There are, depending on how you count, about 60 ways of crossing the Thames in London. That includes everything within the M25, and also the M25 crossings itself – a definition which involves counting things that aren’t really London, but somehow feels right. But! Which one is the best?
I crunched the US traffic data behind this piece for Geotab about the days when the most fatal accidents happen in each state.
I wrote some blog posts for Mendeley Careers attempting to divine productivity advice from the lives and words of notable scientists. N.B. DO NOT SLEEP WITH A JAR OF RADIUM BY YOUR BED, THAT IS NOT GOOD ADVICE.
It’s minor political party time as I dig into the weirder bits of UK electoral history for the NS.