In its 2021 Urban Mobility Report, Texas A&M tells us how and where Covid vastly changed our commuting time and our traffic congestion.
Whether looking a the strikes called by an umpire or the scores from wine tasters, we would see inconsistent decisions that are called noisy.
When we feel protected, safety regulations can encourage the risky behavior and unintended consequences that they are trying to prevent.
When some of us say “soda” and others “pop,” we are asking for a carbonated soft drink and also, perhaps, signaling our cultural differences.
Staying at home during the pandemic, we have shifted our impulse buying from the supermarket to our online shopping cart.
Instead of collecting a massive volume of statistics, iU.S. News uses people’s perceptions to rank the world’s 78 best countries.
A headline in the Brooklyn Eagle asks us to imagine a New York where most of the streets are named for women. As they describe their alternative world, we could have Barbra Streisand Lane and Ethel Merman Boulevard. Female names…
In a new March 2021 report, we found out the results for the first year of Stockton’s UBI experiment. Recently too, the impact of Rwanda’s cash distribution was in the news. Last year we looked at Rwanda and Stockton. Today,…