Over the summer, the UK has seen steady rises in the number of new cases, but still hasn’t done anything effective to address its Second Wave. Why not?
Both New Zealand and England have adopted QR codes in their smartphone apps to prevent spread of Covid-19. How do they work?
Even the ‘successful’ contact tracing apps have fallen well below expectations, and incapable of discovering their effectiveness.
How long would it take to bring current high infection rates down low enough to re-open schools? Can this be done with just facemasks?
Can face masks cause breathing problems? Why isn’t there good research into cloth face masks? And much more.
Are cases growing exponentially in Florida? What about Texas and California, are they the same?
What has technology done for us over the last three months of pandemic? A look back with the wisdom of hindsight, and a pub menu.
What has distinguished this year isn’t the pandemic, police murders, or Apple’s intransigence, but the complete intolerance which we are showing to one another.
In the clear light of morning, when we’ve literally got out a bit more, we’ll surely realise how distorted our cognition has become.