What’s on my mind?
Home-schooling. Our online learning is sort of a joke. The teachers are just barely sending over what’s needed. We’re trying our best, but it’s hard. I can only imagine it will only get better as the teachers and staff figure it out.
Speaking of, this is a GREAT read about how higher ed (mostly colleges) will adapt post-COVID and how they and tech will merge. It will be fascinating to watch over the next 5 years.
Getting Out. Sasha and I are very similar. We both love to get out of the house and be active. If we don’t leave the house and do a walk or run, we’re crabby during the day and don’t sleep as well at night. We’re starting to combat this problem by taking long walks around 5-6pm, before dinner. Yesterday we took a nice 50 minute bike ride down the road. We’re both a bit nicer when we return.
Finally, NYC. The situation there seems exceptionally dire. There was an Amber Alert-like message sent to everyone in NYC asking if they know of any licensed healthcare workers.
A big thank you for the bday wishes – this year it’s all about fighting #COVID19 and healthcare workers are on the front lines.
— errol barnett (@errolbarnett) April 3, 2020
and still the subways are packed with people…
The field hospital in New York’s Central Park is already at half capacity on its third day treating Covid-19 patients, according to the director of the facility https://t.co/iznk8Jb0G9
— CNN (@CNN) April 4, 2020
Not surprisingly, the cases are still climbing in NYC:
For those of you who are Sandra Bulluck fans or fans of While You Were Sleeping will need to read the following (thx Lizzie):
delete everything on the internet except for this pic.twitter.com/XgQpsOMfq1
— Erin 🏃🏻♀️🦠 Ryan (@morninggloria) April 2, 2020
Happy birthday to my favorite chef, @Chris_Meloni.
— Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) April 3, 2020
- World: Cases 1,139,207. Deaths: 60,874 (up 7,901 – a daily increase of 80%)
- USA: Cases 278,537. Deaths: 7,163 (up 1252 – a daily increase of 62%)
- Marin: 131 cases (up 13), 6 deaths
This is possibly the most accurate gif I’ve ever seen. pic.twitter.com/mbH9lvQ641
— Jon Green (@jon_m_green) March 30, 2020