Looking at “The Address Book What Street Addresses Reveal About Identity, Race, Wealth, and Power,” we can see how addresses matter.
A big issue with little discussion, restroom problems need to be solved as we plan to reopen after coronavirus lockdowns.
When the development of cellophane let us have self-service food shopping for meat and produce, it started a retailing revolution that economists call creative destruction.
Creating considerable negative spillover, the Solo Traveler coffee (and tea) cup lid could be replaced by a vastly better design.
While we can identify the billions of dollars of goods affected by U.S. China trade war, the tariff impact has also been invisible.
As the downside of low unemployment, traffic congestion can have an invisible cost that relates to time, gas, and aggravation.
Referring to “The Son of Man,” Belgian surrealist artist René Magritte said, “Everything we see hides another thing.” Instead, Magritte could have been describing corporate taxes. The U.S. Corporate Tax Cut National The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA)…