No matter if you’re rich, poor, or somewhere in between, you spend a lot on transportation. The WSJ has some great data on how people across income levels spend money. The whole post is worth reading (it’s here) but I wanted to pull out the chart above as it supports my ongoing series on not owning a car.
Cancer will impact everyone on the planet, whether directly or indirectly, multiple times throughout our lives. Several of my friends are currently fighting it and despite having dealt with death and illness frequently in my personal life it doesn’t get any easier to hear this sort of news.
5 years ago when I left Minneapolis to move to San Francisco, I went car-free and documented how even after a short time period I found the experience completely transformative for my life in a positive way. As positive if not more so than ditching cable TV or getting better and more consistent exercise.
One of the most frequent requests I receive while speaking at events and talking to users is for us to release more macro insights. We’ve been listening, and December has been a great month for us for sharing big picture thinking and unique data.
Gawker decided to troll the Internet with a story bashing guys who maintain short facial hair (aka stubble). The diatribe is a 100% subjective, if not impassioned plea for men everywhere to not maintain stubble.