Jon Keegan

Visual Journalist

January 14, 2021

The Markup

Biden and Trump Voters Were Exposed to Radically Different Coverage of the Capitol Riot on Facebook

By Colin Lecher and Jon Keegan

Data from The Markup’s Citizen Browser project shows the different realities Americans inhabited on Facebook surrounding the seige of the U.S. Capitol.

October 20, 2020

The Markup

Why Can’t I Fix My Own Phone, Toaster, or Tractor?

By Jon Keegan

Manufacturers in a broad range of industries have a monopoly on who repairs machines—and when devices are deemed unfixable. Here's a look at the Right to Repair movement and the effort to codify such a right in law.

September 17, 2020

The Markup

Labeled “Research” Chemicals, Doping Drugs Sold Openly on Amazon.com

By Jon Keegan and Annie Gilbertson

Amazon bans injectable drugs, but enforcement failures have led to a swell of listings for unproven performance enhancing peptides.

July 21, 2020

The Markup

Is This Amazon Review Bullshit?

By Jon Keegan

Spotting the fakes isn’t always possible, but here are some tips.

June 18, 2020

The Markup

Amazon’s Enforcement Failures Leave Open a Back Door to Banned Goods—Some Sold and Shipped by Amazon Itself

By Jon Keegan and Annie Gilbertson

The online giant bans products related to drugs, spying and weapons, but we found plenty for sale; one of the items bought on the site left a grim trail of overdoses.

March 12, 2020

The Markup

What Are My Photos Revealing About Me?

By Jon Keegan

You may be accidentally sharing personal information in your photos.

December 18, 2018

Medium

I Analyzed 122 Hours of Holiday Radio

By Jon Keegan

I set out to answer some questions I had about Christmas songs and 24/7 holiday radio playlists. Was there a golden age of Christmas music? Is it all just covers of old classics? Here are my findings.

November 20, 2018

Medium

I Audited Kai Ryssdal and Molly Wood’s Twitter Accounts

By Jon Keegan

I was asked to audit @kairyssdal and @mollywood’s Twitter accounts looking for signs of an echo chamber. I spoke with them on their podcast and I wrote up my findings.

September 14, 2018

Medium

Super High Grade

By Jon Keegan

Packing up my parents' house, I rediscovered the golden age of VHS blank cassette package design

December 8, 2017

Medium

Building a Background Check for Sources on Social Media

By Jon Keegan

September 1, 2017

Tow Center for Digital Journalism

Artificial Intelligence: Practice and Implications for Journalism

By Mark Hansen; Meritxell Roca-Sales; Jon Keegan; George King

July 20, 2017

Columbia Journalism Review

Q&A: ProPublica’s Lena Groeger on data visualization and writing about design

By Jon Keegan

June 15, 2017

Columbia Journalism Review

Open letter to Facebook from a data journalist

By Jon Keegan

May 22, 2017

Columbia Journalism Review

Q&A: Quartz’s David Yanofsky on coding as a journalist

By Jon Keegan

April 27, 2017

Columbia Journalism Review

News leaders struggle with fake news and filter bubbles while subscriptions rise

By Jon Keegan

October 13, 2016

The Wall Street Journal

Bob Dylan Is a Nobel Prize Winner Who is Also a Touring Machine

By Jon Keegan

September 16, 2016

The Wall Street Journal

How Long Do iPhones and iPads Stay Fresh?

By Jon Keegan

Here’s a look at the iPhones and iPads that got the most iOS updates, and the ones that got ditched the quickest.

September 15, 2016

The Wall Street Journal

How Long Do iPhones and iPads Stay Fresh?

By Jon Keegan

March 16, 2016

The Wall Street Journal

How to 3-D Scan Your Family

By Jon Keegan

March 2, 2016

Source

How We Made "Meanwhile, Near Saturn"

By Jon Keegan

September 1, 2015

The Wall Street Journal

Thermal Camera Review: These Heat Seekers Reveal an Unseen World

By Jon Keegan

June 30, 2015

The Wall Street Journal

Find Out How Much You Really Pay for Entertainment

By Jon Keegan

May 6, 2015

The Wall Street Journal

How the Avengers Line-up Has Changed Over the Years

By Jon Keegan