Thinking in Public


My newsletter happy hour here in Indiana is from 6p-8p in Carmel. The event is sold out, but if you are interested in going please email me and I can probably add you to the list.

Becoming Illegible Online

One of the benefits of being a paid subscriber is access to my Subscriber Knowledge Base. The core of this is a categorized and searchable database of the most interesting articles I have collected over the past years.

But I also on occasion host webinars for subscribers and add them to the knowledge base. Earlier this month, Andy Higginbotham graciously conducted a webinar on web privacy and security. The recording of this has been uploaded the knowledge base for you to watch whenever you want.

Click the screen shot image below to watch. Instructions for logging in are here. Be sure to click the “password” option on the logic screen.

You can also download a document with Andy’s list of privacy enhancing tools.

Life in the Negative World Roundup

I’m gratified that four months after my book’s release, Life in the Negative World continues to attract attention.

This week I was a guest on Southern Baptist Theological Seminary President Al Mohler’s Thinking in Public podcast discussing the book.

Read the rest of this piece at Aaron Renn Substack.

Aaron M. Renn is an opinion-leading urban analyst, consultant, speaker and writer on a mission to help America's cities and people thrive and find real success in the 21st century. He focuses on urban, economic development and infrastructure policy in the greater American Midwest. He also regularly contributes to and is cited by national and global media outlets, and his work has appeared in many publications, including the The Guardian, The New York Times and The Washington Post.

Photo: Graph shows the share of people in America who are "nones" — people without any religious affiliation — seems to have plateaued in the last three years.