Polling Place Photo Project

The New York Times has posted a project online called the Polling Place Photo Project, billed as “a nationwide experiment in citizen journalism that encourages voters to capture, post and share photographs of this year’s primaries, caucuses and general election.” I can’t wait to see the photos roll in–this will be especially interesting for the primary I am most curious about on Super Tuesday (and one that we obviously won’t be exit polling), the Democrats Abroad primary, which takes place in 33 countries all over the world tomorrow. So while I am locked in a phone-less, wifi-less, airless room tomorrow staring at Super Tuesday data, I can imagine I am in Stockholm, at Tullys Coffee (Götgatan 42, T-Medborgarplatsen) doing my bit for democracy.

(Tip of the hat to Daring Fireball for pointing me to this.)