Peak Prosperity

This Saturday I gave a presentation on household food security at a Peak Prosperity event held this year in Sonoma County, California. This isn’t the first time I was asked to give this spiel for them and I was happy to return. There’s a general societal preoccupation with the Hollywood disaster movie version of disruption. … Continue reading Peak Prosperity

It’s Complicated

Last night I had dinner at a friend’s house. The group was composed of the usual San Francisco mix: a college professor, an architect, and a collection of software engineers of various stripes. They were single-ish. Childless. Forty-ish. Well traveled. Charming. Between them they could speak eight languages. They were old enough to be semi-established … Continue reading It’s Complicated