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Altered reality

Even after more than a year and a half, and against all hopes and wishes, the big C is still with us and will likely remain in one form or another for a while longer.

And this is where I’ll stop with any kind of prediction or guessing.

However, one thing I don’t have to guess, and I’m sure most of you will agree, and that is that we are living in an altered reality, and this reality will not return to any prior form – no matter how much we’d like it to eventually.

Things – and with things I mean working and relaxing, teaching and learning, meeting and discussing, and whatever else you can think of – have moved online.

Some did so already before all of this started in the spring of 2020, and some have at least in part returned into the “real” world again. Yet what I see happening is that even where they could return, they don’t, or at least not to the degree they were “BC” (Before Covid).

I don’t want to start a big discussion on whether that is good or bad, sensible or stupid or whatever.

But I would like to share a resource for all kinds of tools and technology for this new, altered, digital reality. So that regardless of whether we think this is a good idea or a bad one, and even if it isn’t as permanent as I think it will be, with these tools we can navigate the digital world a little more easily and safely.

Tech against Coronavirus

I hope you find it useful!

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