Reader View · From 2020 · We visualized a cough to show how far respiratory droplets can spread. If you haven’t been keeping your distance to fight the coronavirus, this may persuade you. · Shared by 172, including feilding cage, Gerd Leonhard, Chris Messina, MΛRC VIDΛL, Eric Topol, Marcel Salathé, Bas Grasmayer, Bryan Onel, Rasu Shrestha MD MBA, J. P. Gownder (கவுண்டர்) @email@example.com, Tibor Martini 🇺🇦 @firstname.lastname@example.org, tektology, Merkstatt@troet.cafe, DoctorPeinado, Juliette Kayyem, Carla Gentry, Evan Kirstel the $B2B Techfluencer, Steve Silberman, Tom Connor
Reader View · 3 min read · 2021-06-28 · Too much time alone can make your social thermostat feel like it’s on the fritz. · Shared by 183, including A. FNIX Hill, LARRY ELKAN, Tara Imani, AIA NCIDQ, ASID
because social bonds are essential in the animal kingdom, these same brain circuits are found across species.
Summary · Reader View · 5 min read · From 2020 · Across the country, social distancing is becoming a way to signal which side of the culture war you’re on. The consequences could be disastrous. · Shared by 109, including getAbstract, Ben Parr, Balaji, Mathew Ingram, James Gingerich, @Expeflow #WorkEasier #RPA, Ed Yong is on sabbatical, justin caouette, Undark Magazine, Brian D. Earp, Ph.D.
Reader View · 9 min read · From 2020 · How to safely reopen offices, schools and other public spaces while keeping people six feet apart comes down to a question mathematicians have been studying for centuries. · Shared by 98, including Anita Leirfall, rohit, Jennifer Ouellette, Ⓓarío Macchi, Christopher D. Long, Christian Surchi
Reader View · 5 min read · From 2020 · Billy Barr has living alone in a cabin in a Colorado mountain ghost town for 50 years. He offers advice on how to find and maintain happiness in isolation. · Shared by 81, including Jane, Austin Kleon, Mathew Ingram, HealthyWomen.org, Henneke Duistermaat, Eva Schulz, Tiffani Bova, Kendra "Gloom is My Beat" Pierre-Louis
Summary · Reader View · ~12 min read · From 2020 · You’re washing your hands, practicing social distancing and coughing into your arm like a good citizen, but will this stop the spread of COVID-19? Your efforts may slow the spread, which offers social benefits, but the ship probably already sailed when it comes to actually stopping the virus. So will the world be able to pull it together and limit impending global disaster? James Hamblin, MD explains the barriers to a happy COVID-19 resolution in this article from The Atlantic, and describes what would be necessary for effective global responses to future pandemics. · Shared by 982, including Matthew Green, anildash, zeynep tufekci, Brian Lovin, Martin Varsavsky 🇺🇦, Christopher Mims 🤌, J. P. Gownder (கவுண்டர்) @email@example.com, Susan Krauss Whitbourne PhD, Mathew Ingram, Renee DiResta, George J Huba PhD, Evan Kirstel the $B2B Techfluencer, davidcowan, Balaji, Nate Silver, Klaus Eck, Pete Skomoroch, Carla Gentry, Alexis C. Madrigal, Tom Raftery (Mastodon: @firstname.lastname@example.org)
Summary · Reader View · ~11 min read · From 2020 · The COVID-19 pandemic abruptly changed how the world does business. Work shifted, where possible, into people’s homes and online in accordance with social distancing guidelines. As a result, businesses’ longstanding resistance to remote employees dissolved, and the lines between work and family life, long blurred, blended overnight. Even when life returns to some form of normal, some of these changes will stick, according to tech journalist Mark Sullivan's interviews with CEOs and business leaders from a cross-section of industries. · Shared by 889, including Scott Williams, Aamir Raz, Bob Apollo Inflexion-Point FF.ISP 🇪🇺 🇵🇱 🇪🇸, Ines Bieler, Jeff Richards, getAbstract, Dr. Marcell Vollmer 🇺🇦 #StaySafe #CES2023, Mari Smith, Katja Evertz, W. David Stephenson, Gideonro, Steve Case, Tim, Thomas Power, Jacob Jarnvall, Johannes Dornisch, Tamara Dull, Tom Vander Ark, Memen Isimo, Brian Laung Aoaeh, CFA
Reader View · From 2020 · Staff removed stickers that were meant to keep crowd separate amid spike in coronavirus cases in Tulsa. · Shared by 55, including Kara Swisher, Brian Resnick, William Gibson, Esther Schindler, Trey Tweets Into the Void, Dr. Jeffrey Guterman, George J Huba PhD, Jamil Smith جميل كريم, Amy Siskind 🏳️🌈, Joshua Benton
Reader View · 4 min read · From 2020 · I run global events at Microsoft. I was skeptical that large-scale online meetings could work, but here’s what we’ve learned about making them effective. · Shared by 57, including Ian M Calvert, Sprout Social, Guy Kawasaki, Chris Messina, Evan Kirstel the $B2B Techfluencer, Scott Williams, Fanzo 🧢 11.11.22, Amber Mac, Ines Bieler, Thomas Power