When Teachers in Ohio gentrified my neighborhood in Seattle

When I lived in Seattle, there was a neighborhood grocery store that I liked. One fine day I found it closed. And it stayed closed for many days. Then word came out that the landlord had jacked up their rent to something they felt was unreasonable. For months the store stayed closed, as they tried to negotiate or find someone …


We are living in an outrage economy

We started with the information economy. It quickly narrowed to an attention economy. Now it seems to have narrowed further to an outrage economy. Every time we are outraged, someone, somewhere is making money 💰. Let’s choose our outrage carefully 😊, and let’s help each other channel it in constructive ways.