COVID-19 Resources

One of my real-world jobs is to handle communications regarding the COVID-19 virus for a large company. Below are some of the resources that I have found to be very valuable in staying current on the COVID-19 crisis. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Website CDC COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions CDC United States Coronavirus Caseload Johns Hopkins University of Medicine (JHUM) Coronavirus Website JHUM COVID-19 Dashboard World Health Organization (WHO) Website WH

Tips for Working from Home

Working from home presents new challenges to many people who are not used to operating in a “remote” setting. Not only is it a challenge to determine whether your home system is adequate to do what you need to do, but there isn’t an IT Geek down the hall to walk you through the process. Tip #1 - YouTube Besides prayer, YouTube is literally one of the best resources in the world when it comes to learning or troubleshooting hardware and software. Obviously, some videos are better than others, but YouTube is as close as you can get to having a personal Guru available to walk you through an IT challenge. Amidst the plethora of videos on car maintenance, sewing and “unboxing” of the latest Amazon

Rumor Humor

March 20, 2020 There are no (known) Corona Beer distilleries in China, and Corona Beer is not the source of the virus. However, some recovering patients have claimed that a 24-pack of Corona Beer did wonders for their symptoms. COVID-19 is not easily contracted from Pizza (unless the pizza was sneezed on by a virus carrier). Do not assault the pizza guy for being a “carrier”. Please do not inundate your computer virus software provider with COVID-19 questions. Go to CDC and Johns Hopkins websites for valid information.

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