How to we make sense of our shared human experience given that we seem trapped into the limited persona of the 'consumer'? Here we connect Sandel and Lapham through the concept of the "skyboxification" of life.
Cities thrive when they successfully service our basic needs with intelligence and simplicity. Recovering from 60 years of automobile-focused development and sprawl, urban planners are taking things in the right direction—backwards.
When so much of the spotlight is shone on "failure", it’s easy to fall into the trap of equating failure with innovative genius. This is the danger for startup culture, where the mantra “Fail early, fail fast, fail often” reigns supreme.