Cities Don’t Need High-Rises to Become Affordable
Bloomberg Opinion, September 04, 2020The housing crisis in places like Los Angeles can only be solved by more population density. That needn’t mean sacrificing light and elbow room.
Depressed Now? Just Wait for the Rest of 2020
Bloomberg Opinion, August 06, 2020All that togetherness during the holidays could be stressful. Now try living without it.
Reopening Schools Is Critical. Teachers Should Do More to Help.
Bloomberg Opinion, July 17, 2020Coronavirus risks can be successfully managed, but a powerful lobby is blocking the classroom door.
Make Masks Accessories, Not Annoyances
Bloomberg Opinion, June 28, 2020Masks are clothing. They cover your body and change how you appear to the world.
The Fears of Cops Should Face More Scrutiny
Bloomberg Opinion, June 11, 2020The emphasis on subjective fears felt by police officers mirrors what we hear in debates on college campuses.
Coronavirus Doesn't Care About Public Opinion and It Still Kills
USA Today, June 09, 2020Weary of sacrificing freedom, education, jobs and businesses to save the lives of largely anonymous and disproportionately elderly people, increasing numbers of Americans want out of the house.
Face Mask Volunteers DIY Their Own Kind of Division of Labor
Reason, "Face Mask Volunteers DIY Their Own Kind of Division of Labor", July 2020Making masks, face shields, and other protective equipment is the bottom-up, COVID-19 version of rolling bandages or knitting socks for the troops.
Banning Chinese STEM Students Would Backfire on U.S.
Bloomberg Opinion, May 28, 2020The net flow of talent and knowledge goes eastward across the Pacific, and China struggles to get scientists to return home. Why make that job easier?
The Beauty of Fluid Motion
Review of Jet Age Aesthetic: The Glamour of Media in Motion by Vanessa R. Schwartz
The American Scholar, May 20, 2020How the future became fashionable
Coronavirus Should Finally Smash the Barriers to Telemedicine
Bloomberg Opinion, April 10, 2020American physicians, insurers and regulators are pushing the rapid expansion of technologies once confined to optimistic press releases.