I’ve been reflecting on electricity: having it, not having it, the risks of having it coursing through aerial lines in a tinderbox, and how to responsibly live with such risk. I thought I was going to write an article about reframing the public-safety power shutoff experience into something that, with advance notice and preparedness, can feel like a . . .

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