What restaurants, bars and pubs can do to help people happily hand over their data.
Many people prefer the status quo as they struggle to imagine the alternatives. The pandemic has been the catalyst for urban experiments that have opened our eyes to new possibilities.
Contact tracing may be around for years, but it’s not going to work if privacy concerns are not addressed.
Hip food offerings can signal that a neighborhood is gentrifying – especially when they repackage traditional foods for wealthy white eaters.
If bars are forced to restrict people’s movement in our post-coronavirus pandemic world, they will lose some of their most important social functions.
Distancing rules will make life very difficult for smaller bars, cafes and restaurants. Our streets can be modified quickly to help save an important part of the life of cities and their economies.
As restaurants and cafes re-open, here’s what you can do to limit the chance of coronavirus transmission.