And in the just too cool category, Fundrace is a site that tracks the percentage of Republican vs. Democratic contributes “totalling more than $200 (and some totalling less than $200) to a single Republican or Democratic presidential campaign or national committee between January 1, 2003 and May 31, 2004.” The cool part is that Fundrace then maps this data onto city maps, so that you can see the geographical distribution of contributors. In Manhattan, for example, the majority of Republican contributors live on the East Side (no big surprise). Want to go deeper? The neighbor search shows the names, addresses, occupations, and contributions amounts of the folks in your zip code. Hey! Garry Trudeau lives in my neighborhood!