The pandemic is a complex problem. Digital technology can help, but what should we do in the short term to ensure we don’t have negative long term impact?
From the Blog on Covid-19
The time we are living in is raising many questions. We need to continue asking questions, more questions, better questions.
All around us are reminders of the long term view and the long arc of possibility. Seeing these reminders are needed now more than ever.
We forget to or justify not deleting data. We need independent bodies with teeth to help us avoid making charcoal, when we were going for succulence.
Public Health can not be just for the majority. Building an app won’t save us, it will magnify the vulnerability of those impacted by the pandemic the most.
Lego pieces go missing. When we can’t find the missing piece, we either use a different piece, build something else, or get upset. Our lives are simillar.
Figuring out how to balance individual needs and wants with collective needs and wants requires wisdom – it is not an either/or question, it’s a both/and.
Resisting becoming a robot involves being kind, caring, compassionate, full of grace and unbelievably generous are not characteristics of a robot.
Today is Easter, however churches are closed. However, we still get to Marie Kondo the shit out of our lives. We can choose what to clean out of our lives.