MacOS has Homebrew [https://brew.sh/]. Linux has APT [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Packaging_Tool]. Windows sort of has OneGet [https://github.com/OneGet/oneget]. I dual-boot Linux on my desktop, but unfortunately that doesn't seem too feasible [https://www.reddit.com/r/SurfaceLinux/comments/3w8du2/outofthebox_support_
As I spoke about a little bit in a previous post [https://justjensen.co/development-economics-and-the-united-states-partp-i-savings-theory/] , inadequate access to savings tools is a classic example of a poverty trap. Without basic banking services, smoothing consumption levels and preparing for emergencies is far more difficult. Income levels differ drastically across Washington D.
During my Master's degree, I took a course in Development Economics from Cynthia Kinnan* (which had nothing to do with transportation directly). Throughout the course, I noticed that many of the concepts in the course could easily be applied to the United States. A lot of the statistics and economic