An experiment in lightweight games that function as social and political commentary.
Built in under three days and launched after the Orlando shooting, over 80 million thoughts and or prayers have been sent with no discernible effect on gun violence.
A somewhat charming bot that texted you dumb shit to buy late night on Saturdays, you know, when you’re hammered. Acquired by Super Deluxe.
A browser extension that removed baby pictures from your Facebook newsfeed by replacing them with something better, like cats.
A helpful service for people who wanted to more efficiently walk and text.
A website that only allowed verified Twitter users inside. Some notables who got in: Jerry Bruckheimer, Ryan Seacrest, Kim Kardashian, and hundreds of other assholes.
Cloak was an app that used location data from your social networks to let you know where all your friends were so you never had to run into that special someone. Think of it as the antisocial network.
Built and launched in the wake of Snowden’s spying revelations, Troll the NSA was a call to arms to get people to jam up the state surveillance apparatus by collectively sending an innocuous sounding letter filled with possible terror “keywords” to each other. In under 24 hours, millions of emails were sent and Anonymous used it to bring down NSA.gov in a DDOS attack.
AD: Jesse Snyder
We searched YouTube for every instance of fans using blink-182 songs in videos without permission. But instead of removing the content for breaching copyright, we rewarded them by using the footage in blink’s latest music video—all without telling them first.
Five million people have watched us prove that the right question is more powerful than anything you you can tell someone.
A game that you can only win by giving up more and more of your personal information. You probably should not play this.
A game about the awfulness of the NYC subway system
A game where you hold down spacebar to kneel during the national anthem
A game where you attempt to land Elon Musk's Mars lander
8-bit video games that responded to news events and political ongoings
Dashlane is a password manager that wants you to be more random in life
spot for oikos yogurt during the 2020 draft
Think and pray your way to stopping gun violence in America
A music video that shows you how far radio waves have traveled through space
The shopping experience that delights in sloppy judgement
Did you know you can hire a Chinese oil painting factory to paint pretty much anything you want?
Emmy nominated Op-ed piece for The New York Times
Grab as many pussies as you can in 30 seconds. It's fun.
Play as Mylan CEO Heather Bresch and build your pharmaceutical empire
A VR experiment that puts you in a cage surrounded by Nic Cage movies
Toss as many hispanics over the border wall as fast as you can
Fight the youngs! Fling olds at the pillars of western society
A very underhanded way of teaching people geography
An important collaboration with Seinfeld2k
Replace babies in your newsfeed with others things, like cats
An extension that let you forcibly open a new tab in your friend's browser
Solving the most important first world problem of our time
A website that only allowed verified Twitter users inside
An app that helps you avoid people in real life
We used a water jet machine on FB Live to literally show the gender wage gap
A best selling English grammar guide for the modern student
Jam up the surveillance systems with this suspicious sounding letter
People paying for sex, drugs, and booze on Venmo
A music video for blink-182 made out of fan videos who technically violated copyright laws
A little game of Russian roulette on Instagram
A viral video that challenged people's notions about gay rights
A site that baited celebrities into doing cool stuff in the name of charity
An explanation of the movie Inception using nothing but file folders
See if you and a friend mutually hate each other