How can we make rational decisions that require trading off different kinds of harm? I look at an analogy to microeconomic theory.
A thought log and journal. Written by Dean Weesner who lives in San Francisco.
Reflections on the longest book I've ever read, Karl Ove Knausgaard's My Struggle, a six volume autobiography by a Norwegian guy with a not particularly remarkable life story.
Exploring the shutdown of New York City through the lens of subway turnstile data.
Possible political timelines for 2020.
What does a city under quarantine look like? I went out on my bike to find out.
Right now, in what may still be the prologue to a pandemic, I’m thinking about a lot that I have going for myself. I’m thankful to have a…
The feeling of living in history.