Category Archives: social media

COVID-19 & Social Changes

  Social distancing reduces interactions.  It is intended to slow down the spread of the virus,  a human intervention out of necessity.  As results, schools, churches, and other venues are canceled.  In their places come social media and technologies to … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Finger Pointing

  While the COVID-19 is plaguing the US and other countries around the world, the blame game has started. The headline reads, “Members Of WHO Vote On The Need To Investigate Global Coronavirus Response.”  137 of the 194 members to … Continue reading

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Reblog: Marathoner Hospitalized With Coronavirus | Running After COVID-19

Joshua Fiske is 46 year old, a runner (marathoner to be specific) and a doctor.  He was tested positive for COVID-19 in March.  His account of what happened to him is gripping and illustrates that the virus is no joke.  … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 17 May 2020

Covid-19 disrupts our lives. Thus far this year and in the foreseeable future.  But no need to fear this pandemic. From a macro perspective, hurricane, automobile, and computer also have disrupted our lives.  But we adapt and move on, eventually. … Continue reading

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“Justice Is Blind”

  The phrase “justice is blind” took on a different meaning today. US Attorney General William Barr dropped all charges against Michael Flynn. Yes, the disgraced former White House National Security advisor who pleaded guilty for lying to the Federal … Continue reading

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Feeling Rudderless

  Never have I felt more adrift than I do now.  Surely, in the midst of social distancing against this COVID-19 outbreak, it’s understandable that anxiety runs high.  But that is not what causing my sense of lost. The problem … Continue reading

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Vote-By-Mail?

  It is the month of May. And more than half of the states have openned or partially openned their businesses from the lockdown. The impact of such moves is yet to be determined, but surely further spread of the … Continue reading

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Thank You Mr. President

  On Thursday, during his press briefing, Mr. Trump suggested the sun, heat, and disinfectant are good to kill the coronavirus.  And I wholeheartedly agreed. As such, I ran 10 miles this morning in a beautiful and sunny weather, experiencing … Continue reading

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Between Words And Numbers

  Numbers carry credibility. They are clear, easy to grasp and speak to the brain. Words on the other hand are more abstract. They convey feelings, context, and comfort the heart. Each has its advantages.  And we need both to … Continue reading

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Staying Home Rant

  As an introvert, people think I would embrace the “staying home order” with open arms.  Well, maybe for a week, or two.  But now in its third week and with no end in sight, my initial jubilation has long … Continue reading

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