US buys up world stock of key Covid-19 drug https://t.co/IBYhuruVQK— The Guardian (@guardian) June 30, 2020
do you feel like in the past six months all contemporary fiction became period fiction— quarantine 'em (@qntm) June 24, 2020
here's a TV show about a dude who goes to work in a busy workplace full of fun characters, then in the evening he has a date, in a crowded restaurant— quarantine 'em (@qntm) June 24, 2020
here's a movie where the United States is under threat from aliens and there's a functioning government doing something about it— quarantine 'em (@qntm) June 24, 2020
the first Matrix movie stated outright that 1999 was the "peak of human civilization" and I laughed at the time and I have laughed less and less each time after that https://t.co/2R4zx0spQC— quarantine 'em (@qntm) June 24, 2020
Interesting blog post from a Japanese biz consultant discussing inquiries around Zoom meeting hierarchy.— Spoon & Tamago (@Johnny_suputama) June 30, 2020
- is there a way to make senior executive squares bigger?
- should younger employees join meetings earlier so they can greet their bosses?
Sixty Five American Dollars https://t.co/0bTAjnvWVX— CJ Fogler #BlackLivesMatter (@cjzero) June 30, 2020
kind of amazing to watch the anti-mask argument go from 'they project weakness' to 'help! this soft layer of cloth is going to end my life' pic.twitter.com/xZLZ7UmkLL— Charlie Warzel (@cwarzel) June 30, 2020
We've become the kind of world the Enterprise used to visit in the original Star Trek, a world with problems so broad and cartoonish Kirk can solve them in a single episode.— Howard Mittelmark (@HMittelmark) June 29, 2020
"Among our people, Trump, wearing a mask is a sign of great wisdom and high status."