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In August, the US Association of Public Health Laboratories built a communal server that makes it much easier for apps to talk to one another and send keys across state lines.Do digital contact tracing apps work? Here’s what you need to know.|Cat Ferguson|November 20, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Surface transmission of the virus doesn’t seem to be as problematic as respiratory droplets, but that doesn’t mean you don’t need to think about communal touch items, like tongs and serving spoons.
Quiet places with no communal spaces or in-person interaction.After Eight Weeks Cramped Inside An Apartment, I Escaped To The Catskills|Charli Penn|October 15, 2020|Essence.com
Among other projects, WeWork under Neumann launched WeLive, a kind of long-term hotel or hostel-living setup aimed at young professionals with housekeeping, yoga classes, and the draw of communal living.
The only issue is that this smart workaround for movies misses the going part of moviegoing—and when we lose the communal aspect of watching together, we’re at risk of losing the substantial power of the art.
The criteria for the rabbis: Are they innovative leaders—communally and/or spiritually?
Almost the whole point of politics is to decide what money is spent communally, and how.
And then, perhaps, historians might be able to deal a little more with the good that men do communally than with the evil.