Spending Fail Map" for their Bankrupting America website. The map displays projects which Public Notice fells is wasteful and not part of the "shovel-ready projects" which were promoted as the main purpose of the stimulus. Projects listed included refrigerators for public-owned fish sperm and BlackBerry smart phones for smokers. Public Notice also has a related PDF describing if the stimulus has had any effect in said states.
The map's application is modeled on Web 2.0. It uses Facebook-like features including an "unlike" feature, buttons to share or contact Congress concerning projects, and the name "Spending Fail Map" borrows internet slang.
The map itself is poorly designed. Each state has at least one "wasteful" project but the main view only shows one project in a select handful of states. The main view gives the impression that there are not that many "wasteful" projects, something contrary to the maps intended message.