I’ve not made a list of articles/books/videos that I’ve read or watched during this time, but I’m starting now. Just finished The Great Influenza by John M. Barry. Here’s what he had to say about our current situation.
That brings us back to the most important lesson of 1918, one that all the working groups on pandemic planning agreed upon: Tell the truth. That instruction is built into the federal pandemic preparedness plans and the plan for every state and territory.
Read his article in the NY Times from March: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/17/opinion/coronavirus-1918-spanish-flu.html?searchResultPosition=2
Coincidentally, that’s the day that I stopped my Lenten abstention from alcohol, but I don’t think it was because of that article.
This article covers youth sports, but the difficulties are similar to the private/public education problems that are causing problems in many parts of the country.
From The Atlantic
This is pretty simple, but useful, from Lifehacker: What to do when running is hard and it sucks.
Primary article is at CNBC, but I read the Boingboing summary.
I love this pic from Andrei Lacatusu (found on BoingBoing) as well as the other pics he made in his social decay gallery.
I typed journals, but I meant blogs, but I was thinking about how they are similar so I left it.
I imported my previous blog -isaiah408.blogspot.com so everything would be here, but I also created pdfs of some other blogs that I then deleted. One was from when I was doing the lay speaker training. One was karate. They both gave information about my interests and goals and activities. Useful stuff.
I think I had wake3d at another domain before this one and failed to import it or something. I’m going to search the wayback machine to see what I can find.