Society

Mar
17
Super Cities №277—The Cost of Beating COVID

Super Cities №277—The Cost of Beating COVID

Suppression would include mandatory state-enforced quarantines, widespread school and business closures, and country-wide social distancing.
2 min read
Feb
06
Super Cities №265—The Hidden Cost of Parenthood

Super Cities №265—The Hidden Cost of Parenthood

Before I had a kid, I often heard that raising children “takes a village.” Economically, the reality is much harsher.
1 min read
Nov
04
Super Cities №255—Fast Food or Peace of Mind

Super Cities №255—Fast Food or Peace of Mind

In addition to changing passwords and other standard how-tos, good cyber hygiene would focus on minimizing our attack area.
1 min read
Jul
17
Super Cities №225—Get it Together, America

Super Cities №225—Get it Together, America

Six companies distributed 56 billion opioid pills between 2006 and 2012. 47,000 Americans died of an opioid overdose in 2017.
1 min read
Jun
28
Super Cities №219—Why We Should Go Home

Super Cities №219—Why We Should Go Home

Young people should explore the world. They should experience and learn from it. But wouldn't it be great if they could, as thriving professionals, bring those experiences back to the communities that raised them?
2 min read
Jun
25
Super Cities №218—When Extreme Wrongness Reigns

Super Cities №218—When Extreme Wrongness Reigns

Imagine thinking that every other Democrat you meet is unpatriotic – or that every other Republican you meet is insensitive to racism.
1 min read
Apr
10
Super Cities №192 — From The Ashes

Super Cities №192 — From The Ashes

The human spirit loves a story of redemption.
1 min read
Apr
09
Super Cities №187 — Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Super Cities №187 — Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Won't you be my neighbor? What a beautiful, elegant question.
1 min read
Apr
03
Super Cities №185 — Stop Bullshitting Me, Mark

Super Cities №185 — Stop Bullshitting Me, Mark

Mark Zuckerberg has always been unintentionally naive but is now deliberatively full of shit.
2 min read
Feb
24
Super Cities №177 — How Traditions Start and Grow

Super Cities №177 — How Traditions Start and Grow

For a people who fought a revolution over executive authority, Americans sure love their presidents.
1 min read