Do you use anything for document version control? I’m stuck in an email hellworld with people sending things like “reports version 3.67 FINAL edited v2 final”. I have the power to potentially change this for the better, but it has to be stupidly simple and not enterprise-y. (I could of course use git or subversion, but there are normal human beings involved.)
Wear. A. Mask.
The 6 foot magical thinking is from dated research from the 1930s. Submicron respiratory aerosols will remain airborne over 12 hours.
[4/4] She says that at night it feels like lots of people are just barely holding on and are one small thing away from losing it. All this was related to me in the context of her and her husband prepping their RV "to get the hell out of here" because she has some time off.
[3/4] She also told me that a steroid freak guy attacked an elderly man because the old guy asked him to stand further away in a line. RageMan picked up the old guy and threw him on the ground, and then ran away. Knocked the old guy out.
[2/4] In addition to the governor's order that everyone must wear a mask indoors in public spaces, it's also store policy. But they don't refuse service to non-mask wearers because people are so confrontational. Basically, the store wants to get those people the hell out as quickly as possibly and not cause them to talk or yell too much. Or worse.
[1/2] A periodic reminder of the existence of https://lite.cnn.com/en and https://text.npr.org/, which are text-only versions of their main sites. It's like a glimpse of what the 'net was like in the brief period between the widespread adoption of broadband and the time when you could no longer turn off images and still expect most sites to work properly.
CA requires masks for public interaction right now. You have to be living under a rock to be unaware of this.
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