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If you are under 40 you are a digital native. Most of the under-40 group has been online since at least their teenage years. Having been attached to screens and aspects of the virtual world has made this group much … Continue reading
A couple of years ago I posted that I liked podcasts well enough but felt that since I could read so much faster than I could listen.. Continue reading
A recent post was about fine dining restaurants and face masks not going well together. Well I have an admission to make. About ten days ago I went to a restaurant. AND I wore pants! My wife and I met … Continue reading
I belong to two gyms one of which is $10/month and the other in New York City is more expensive but not crazy. I have not been to either gym since March, and I am in no hurry to get … Continue reading
Like many people during the Coronavirus pandemic I’ve missed going out for meals at restaurants. Living in the Greater New York City area offers an unending array of excellent restaurants serving great food from all over the planet. Great and … Continue reading
I was on a Zoom call recently (as are so many people these days), with some long-time friends. The discussion naturally centered around the impacts and effects of Coronavirus on people today and in the future. One of my friends … Continue reading
While I grew up long after the family doctor made house calls, for me, the idea of telemedicine was far-fetched at least until the advent of the Internet. Today, millennials and Gen Z’ers are much less likely to have their … Continue reading
March 26, 2020 was supposed to be MLB’s opening day. Weeks ago all baseball fans learned that the 2020 season would be delayed due to the novel Coronavirus. Still all day on the 26th I was thinking about how much … Continue reading
The five-day trip back east from the California desert was a breeze. We drove not more than 10 hours in any one day. Most days were between 8 and 10 hours. Weather was not an issue at all which was … Continue reading