Kepler is a live visualization of New York Times taxonomy installed on the lab’s five-screen display. Every day, hundreds of articles are published, each with a set of hand-curated New York Times tags. While tags are added as new events occur, the Times has been building on the same set of tags for the past century. Kepler aggregates these tags over a rolling 24-hour period for articles published during that time and presents these taxonomic relations as a force-directed graph. The constantly evolving set of relationships provides a novel view into the relationships of subject matter covered by different articles. Kepler was written in Javascript and built with Plask.