Working for a small town doesn't just teach you how to plan a community; it teaches you how to be a part of it. Opinion
Mar 11, 2014   By Norman Wright
A minor word of caution on statistical inference and the stories it can tell Opinion
Feb 3, 2014   By Norman Wright
Seems like an absurd pairing, right? Perhaps so but please hear me out. Opinion
Jan 20, 2014   By Norman Wright
A look back at the special people who inspired me (and perhaps you, too) the most in 2013. Opinion
Dec 31, 2013   By Norman Wright
With our limits defined, the remainder of what planning is quite powerful. And barely explored. Opinion
Dec 16, 2013   By Norman Wright
To realize what the act of planning is capable of, it helps to consider what is out of reach. Opinion
Dec 13, 2013   By Norman Wright
The Google Barge is fascinating not for what it is but what it could herald: a future where our retail stores come to us rather than us to them. Opinion
Nov 15, 2013   By Norman Wright
Do you really want to solve the Big Problem in your city? If so, maybe the best way is to stop thinking about it. Opinion
Nov 4, 2013   By Norman Wright
Building intensity can do just about everything: make a city budget more resilient, conserve land, and encourage infill. And possibly make your morning omelet. Opinion
Jun 14, 2013   By Norman Wright
Where you build is important. But when it comes to city budgets, how much you build matters more. Opinion
Jun 7, 2013   By Norman Wright