Category Archives: transition

Goodbye POTS!

; My plain old telephone System (POTS) is gone. Technically, it happened when I went voice over IP (Internet Protocol) a year ago. But today, I finally severed my umbilical core with the POTS by terminating my home phone service.   … Continue reading

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Back To Normal?

  Are you ready to go back to your normal life?  For most, one crucial criterion would be that the condition has to be safe (i.e. free from coronavirus).  And until the vaccine becomes available, what’s normal comes with  modifications. … Continue reading

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A Quarantine State of Mind

When the Covid-19 hit, I was already retired and out of the workforce. In other word, staying home at will. Thus working from home was not an impact to me. In fact most of my routines remain pretty much the … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 9 Aug 2020

The coronovirus case in the US has exceeded 5 million (5,159,283) as of today.  Out of that number, about half have recovered (2,638,793) and over three percent have died (165,186).  Our infection and death numbers exceed the world’s percentages by … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 26 Jul 2020

For the past four months or so, my time have been spent mostly at home indoor for social distancing because of the coronavirus.  As much an introvert as I am, not difficult for me to understand why some folks are … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 5 Jul 2020

Is the Coronavirus (or rather our response to it) stressing you out? Well, you’re not alone.  65% American believe the COVID-19 pandemic is getting worse, not better.  And this is after Mr. Trump declared it a national emergency almost four … Continue reading

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Banned From EU!

  The European Union is expected to open its boarders for outside travelers tomorrow.  Except the  US is not on the list.  Why?  Because the COVID-19. We should take the news personally. Because we did it to ourselves.  According to … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 28 Jun 2020

After three and a half years of this administration, Mr. Trump’s divisiveness crescendos into the pandemic summer.  Like a reality television president whose climax coincides with the outbreak, we hold the front row seats. If anything, I give Mr. Trump … Continue reading

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Not Too Late To Think About November

  The 50th New York City Marathon scheduled for 1 Nov 2020 is canceled after the Boston Marathon which was first postponed from this April to September.  Both are major marathons.  Meaning they host 30 to 50 thousands and upward … Continue reading

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Mask Or No Mask? That Is Not The Question

  Are Americans taking the COVID-19 seriously, I wonder?  If so, why would there even be a debate on whether to wear mask during the pandemic to protect oneself and others from the virus? According to the Washington Post, mayors … Continue reading

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