We've had Chicago's Best Ideas talks on a wide variety of topics. Some of them are historical, some contemporary, some obscure, some pedestrian. I've never seen one that had as wide-ranging appeal as the one we had on January 24, because it dealt with a subject that nearly every one of our students had intimate experience with: driving. Lior Strahilevitz delivered a talk on his notion that we should all be subject to a program like the "How's My Driving?" program you see on the backs of trucks. The truck program saves lives, and Professor Stahilevitz argues that in this case, more is better. Imagine it - someone cuts you off on the highway and you no longer have to just silently fume or yell at someone who can't hear you. Under this program, you report the bad driver! Intrinsically fascinating, Professor Stahilevitz's presentation caused half the packed room to raise hands for questions. You can hear this talk here.