Make something people want Paul Graham and his colleagues at Y Combinator use this as a motto for anybody who wants to build something new. In order to…
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Inventing New Social Technologies
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New subscribers, urban proximity, cycle of auto-dependence
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Ebikes, Spatial Structure, and The Doorman Fallacy
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Put away your dictionaries
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Economic development agencies across the country collectively offer billions in incentives each year. The idea is that if a big employer moves in…
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Hello wonderful readers, Welcome back to the Jambalaya. I’m taking a quick break from the writing on new models of land ownership and city growth this…
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Good morning, In the process of researching and thinking through how housing might work in a cooperative city, I came across some interesting ideas…
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Good morning Jambalaya reader, This is a special mid-week edition to share an astonishing fact that I recently learned. Too. Much. Retail. Have you ever…
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Revenue Maximization and the Organic Growth of Cities
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Happier, Healthier, and Wealthier - Where do I sign?
Welcome to Joel’s Jambalaya! No major project news this week. Sophie and I are actually on vacation, so this issue will be some thinking out loud on a…
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