Category: Digital Minimalism
Just SCREAM Baby!
I heard about this on NPR the other day. I found it humorous and very timely. Just Scream Baby! Call +1-561-567-8431 Don’t worry! There is no live human on the other end of the line.
New report on teens and mental health: How screen time impacts kids
On the Today Show, they examine a new report that surveyed a small group of teenagers about their screen time and other technology habits and how they are copping with COVID-19. Check out the segment here. The report was produced by Child Mind Institute and the California Partners Project.
Zoom Temple Doodles: Tikkun Olam
Villa Villa Cola
I have always had skateboarding in my blood but quarantine has thrown me into a deep borderline obsession with the sport. I wake up and check clips on Instagram until my partner complains about the sound. I started creeping and following any women with a remote connection to the sport. I didn’t realize how queer … More Villa Villa Cola
Look how fun coding can be!
EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IN THE AGE OF ZOOM
I saw this in the Harvard Gazette yesterday and really loved the story about the wild west of our new age world as we work and connect solely via Zoom. Interpersonal communication expert Rachel Greenwald on navigating the new world of video meetings and the interpersonal communication principles that transcend medium Harvard Business School Listen … More EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IN THE AGE OF ZOOM
Web Therapy the 2008 Showtime series starring Lisa Kudrow and Victor Garber (one of the hardest working man in television) has now come to life. I always got a kick out of the show when I watched it when it came out but now I am living it. It has a number of great cameo … More Web Therapy
I Made My Own Quarantine Bingo Card
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Embracing the Chaotic Side of Zoom
This story was so good! From the New Yorker: Embracing the Chaotic Side of Zoom In a time of social distancing, our background noises, bathrobes, and other bloopers can be unexpected sources of connection. Naomi Fry April 20, 2020