I read Immunity passports. Digital contact tracing. On-and-off distancing. What the COVID-19 ‘new normal’ could look like
On April 1, Toronto public health officials dropped a reality bomb: 12 weeks of “unprecedented” measures would be necessary to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. Medical officer of health Dr.
April 23, 2020
Total steps: 7104
Sedentary minutes: 1141
Lightly active minutes: 181
Fairly active minutes: 8
Very active minutes: 25
1h 24m of sleep logged
Fell asleep April 23, 2020 at 12:39AM
Awoke at April 23, 2020 at 02:04AM
April 22, 2020
Total steps: 5568
Sedentary minutes: 799
Lightly active minutes: 167
Fairly active minutes: 23
Very active minutes: 18
I read Does having a dominant urban hub matter?
We have talked a lot on these pages about the importance of scale. The top 10 urban centres in Canada are home to nearly 80% of all net population growth across Canada.
I read Don’t blame dense cities for the spread of coronavirus
There is a certain formula for what constitutes good urbanism that is so set it has become a meme: density, walkability, and good, equitable transit.
7h 7m of sleep logged
Fell asleep April 21, 2020 at 11:29PM
Awoke at April 22, 2020 at 06:42AM
April 21, 2020
Total steps: 7077
Sedentary minutes: 773
Lightly active minutes: 135
Fairly active minutes: 21
Very active minutes: 28
I read The Woman Who Lives 200,000 Years in the Past
As we confront the reality of COVID-19, the idea of living self-sufficiently in the woods, far from crowds and grocery stores, doesn’t sound so bad. Lynx Vilden has been doing just that for decades, while teaching others how to live primitively, too.
Today I didn’t throw my hands up in the air and scream “but you work in IT” at anyone having problems doing super simple things, or start day drinking, so at least I know that my self-control still works.