Google has published an early look at its COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports, a set of reports for use by health officials showing the effect of the pandemic of coronavirus, officially called COVID-19, on people’s mobility. Google has used anonymized location data to track the degree to which people are complying with social distancing advice and staying home rather than attending public places like restaurants, parks, and transit stations. The reports also indicates how many people are still required to travel to work, as opposed to working form home. … [Read more...] about Google Maps data shows whether people in your area are staying at home
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While lawn mowers are more often than not straightforward machines, you’d appreciate a unit with a number of features built-in and one that is compatible with several attachments. A washout port, for instance, would make it easier to clean while those that can auto-restart will enable you to work nonstop. Then if you don’t have much storage space, you’d want to go for a collapsible model with folding handles. And those with uniform wheels to effortlessly glide on flat or rugged terrains. … [Read more...] about These are the best lawn mower deals for April 2020
Your budget is understandably a factor to consider but you’d want to make sure your humidifier is able to cover your room’s square footage. Although it is safe to assume that bigger units can humidify larger areas, you want it to be just the right size to avoid condensation on surfaces that could lead to mold growth. Next up is the water tank’s capacity as this would determine how long it can run in a given period of time and how frequent you’d have to refill it. You’d also want to check if the water tank is easy to remove to prevent messy spills. … [Read more...] about These are the best humidifier deals for April 2020
Yet, this past week I decided to delete it all…off of my phone at least. Yet, the tightness and shortness of breath I’ve felt in my chest were not symptoms of the latest popular pathogen plaguing millions, but of guilt. I’ve realized there may be two types of people right now: Those who unplug to recharge, and those who feel the need to walk into the fire to see what’s burning. And I may be both. … [Read more...] about Is it ethical to do a digital detox during the coronavirus pandemic?
When I tried to make a pot pie from Whole Foods, the June didn’t offer any suggestions. The Whole Foods partnership doesn’t seem very robust at the moment. There are a number of foods listed under the store’s icon on the oven itself, but that wasn’t helpful when I was wondering around my local branch. First, it’s not my usual grocery store, so I wasn’t sure where I’d find salmon or dover sole. There didn’t seem to be any indication on any food I saw that it was June-compatible. There also isn’t any guidance on the app itself, so I didn’t know I could’ve picked up French fries or chicken taquitos or other items listed in the oven’s menu. … [Read more...] about June Oven Review