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Journal of the (Covid-19) Plague Year: Chapter 4

Preparing for the Long Haul When I first started this series, deep down I thought it would last a few weeks.  We would work from home a few weeks, the peak of the pandemic would end, and then things would … Continue reading

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Journal of the (Covid -19) Plague Year : Chapter 3

Fear I would be lying if I wrote that I had never experienced fear over Covid-19.  At first, I naively assumed that a pandemic would be something that happened in TV.  In other words, it would affect other people. But … Continue reading

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Journal of the (Covid-19) Plague Year : Chapter 2

Boredom The most striking thing about living in a plague time is the boredom. I am privileged to be a able to social distance, and I am aware that others cannot.  Software is very amenable to working from home, and … Continue reading

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Journal of the (Covid-19) Plague Year: Chapter 1

Apologies to Daniel Defoe First of all, my apologies to Daniel Defoe, who wrote Journal of the Plague Year.  I have never read it, but it takes place during the outbreak of Bubonic Plague in London during the year 1665.  … Continue reading

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