Our estrangement from nature might just be both older and less permanent that we think
As much fun as was had last week watching the hammering Speaker McCarthy took on the way to the gavel, if it really is "The People's House", then it's…
To those of you who’ve been reading 7 Bridges for a while, thanks for that — I hope these essays and ideas might have encouraged some different…

December 2022

Is there a modern equivalent of the 95 Theses? Does it matter? Perhaps we don't need the permission of history to begin.
What the Twitter upheaval might teach us about private public goods.

November 2022

The 2022-ness of what we're living through started well before this cycle, and we need to embrace both a longer horizon and new everyday, always-on…

October 2022

Ever-present political ads this time of year feel omnipresent and unavoidable, but are they really that dominant of a cultural force?

September 2022

Recommending a newsletter from Noah Smith that you might enjoy.

August 2022

A COVID short story that might tell us something about how we might think differently about managing this phase of the pandemic.
The value of time away and the constant challenge (and opportunity) of attention.

June 2022

I'm heading off the grid for the next month and will leave you with an open-ended set of thoughts about what I'm looking for and what we might need.
Look with humility and graciousness to Black leaders and Black voices to understand and engage in the conversations and reckonings necessary to…