Peter H. Gleick is a member of the US National Academy of Sciences, a MacArthur Fellow, and has been living in California since 1978. It’s almost biblical: Apocalyptic images of fires sweeping through
As tens of thousands of Californians faced evacuation orders and power outages amid intensifying wildfires in recent weeks, the industry of punditry cranked into gear. California, cowed by high housing
"Why would anyone live in California?" the Washington Times asks. "It's the end of California as we know it," the New York Times opinion section bemoans. "California is becoming unlivable," proclaims Atlantic.
It's Only Tuesday, and Facebook Has Already Made, Like, a Month's Worth of News for a Normal Company
You can't make this stuff up anymore. I've been a fan of the television show Silicon Valley on HBO since it premiered. It's as good as anything at skewering the startup culture of the 2010s. But we're