These are just perfect for a time like this when you have a tremendous amount of indoor time. How much streaming content can you view? https://www.fastcompany.com/90482657/how-you-can-find-a-job-during-the-covid-19-crisis 03-27-208:00 AMCORONAVIRUS CRISIS Stop watching Netflix and tackle these 8 tech projects instead From organizing digital photos to repurposing old tech, here’s some ideas on how to use your … Continue reading For a change of pace, how about these tech projects instead of TV?
Dakota access pipeline: court strikes down permits in victory for Standing Rock Sioux Army corps of engineers ordered to conduct full environmental review, which could take years Dakota Access Pipeline water protectors in Standing Rock, North Dakota, in 2017. The Standing Rock Sioux chief welcomed the court’s action on Wednesday. Photograph: ddp USA/REX/Shutterstock Nina LakhaniPublished onWed … Continue reading Finally a triumph for Standing Rock
This use of the location reporting done by my smart phone doesn't bother me. This is a matter of public concern and interest, not the usually far more objectionable use for fine-grained marketing. https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2020/03/24/social-distancing-maps-cellphone-location/ Smartphone data reveal which Americans are social distancing (and not) D.C. gets an 'A' while Wyoming earns an 'F' for following … Continue reading Are we successful at maintainng a social distance? Your cellphone knows
This is a very interesting selection of ways you might have your groceries delivered -- interesting largely because of its variety. A few of these are wedded to particular grocery stories while others are linked to growers. Instacart and Peapod layer themselves on top of a variety of grocery stores in the area, such as … Continue reading Top NYC grocery delivery services
There's always something to learn about how to manage the details of daily life. This is all about safety.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjDuwc9KBps&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR21ckonp8KxiX7iUXTTjOW-iyjK1lkWrTpHAmM_Op-ocJmIZHdvXLKN0Ys
Ninety-five percent of New York City’s almost 200 deaths from the new coronavirus had underlying health conditions, though almost half were under the age of 75, according to data published by the city’s health department on Tuesday. — Read on http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-03-25/most-nyc-covid-19-dead-had-other-health-problems-city-data-show