17 Burst results for "Pandemic Journal"

"pandemic journal" Discussed on Nerdette

Nerdette

02:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on Nerdette

"Books so it wasn't until it actually came out so it would have been september which i don't know i feel like my brain was was Calibrated more closely to pandemic life by september than it was a year ago. And so i was just like. Oh yeah cool. Like i can just meander around in the space and just kind of let it wash over me like. I don't know a year from now. Things might be moving a lot faster. We'll see right that amount it's a it's a text which requires immersion. Like you've read it with half of your attention. You can give it anything but your entire attention. I think i read it. Probably last may at a time. When i just moved to france with my family but thought it would be leaving anytime now anytime now like every day. I was just kind of checking so i read it while in a really restless place and i think it. I strained against it in that way. I got frustrated with panacea himself. I i have so i. So i just think i just i bring it because i. It's so important that sometimes a book can be the right book at the wrong time. That is so true. I feel like that their books that i read in i hit them in the wrong moment are in the wrong frame of mind and they just bounce right off and then i go back to and try them again and i think oh my gosh. How could i miss this the first time around. Yeah it was funny looking back through the book to prepare for this conversation and being reminded of the the way. Purina's rates dates for example the thirtieth day in the twelve months in the year of weeping and wailing to the fourth day of the seventh month. In the year. I discovered the coral halls that to me is like oh i could be doing pandemic journal entries like that. It's like the thirtieth days. Since the last time. I cried too hard and the day i realized a pint of ice cream is three servings and not know now i think i might..

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"pandemic journal" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

Radio Survivor Podcast

05:53 min | 3 weeks ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

"Hyland wong adjunct professor at the university of wisconsin madison minors. Eric klein in my co host. Is jennifer witz. So i wanted to talk a little bit about what's going on right now in podcasting. It's been an interesting year. We as were recording. This were celebrating celebrating. We're marking a year of the pandemic and jennifer. How long. I know you've written about stay at home podcasters. And and how is that different right now when a lot of at home. So this idea of staying at home and podcasting There been a lot of changes in the world related to sound with a lot of people on zoom and video calls. So how does that affect our overall understanding of the soundscape. And i love both of your takes on it but maybe start with jennifer wong on an who stay at home podcasters are. That's a great question I think traditionally the sort of moniker stay at home. Podcasts like marks almost like personal denigration in some sense of like. This is all that i'm doing right. You know like this And and i think that the soundscape is changed by fact. That houses aren't as idi logically traditionally gendered in in the sense that there's not this there's not a whole myspace that That women are supposed to be in this office space. That management's wants to be there. There's a a sort of diversity of of people sort of living and managing in their own houses. I'm thinking about mixing thing about my students. I'm working right now. I on teaching history broadcasting class. And i'm having my students keep a pandemic journal and their job is to To write down how they're using media had they're using media like headphones in earbuds to keep out sounds from other people in the house from from family members Grinding down what media do using how much media. they're using what their feelings are about the media That they're using and yeah just kind of makes me think about that you know. There's a lot of negotiations. That's happening right now. And i think jedi stover the listeners. Don't know this. But i think chinese takeover had to mute herself because somebody's phone was ringing. Which is just like the perfect thing to happen as we're all recording this podcast at home. Yes i was thinking as you were talking that that stay at home podcasting sounds kind of like denigrating because of the way that stay at home. Mom has been gendered art. It's borrowing from that that turns so i think there's a talking about the gender of that is is really key and it's it's interesting because there there has been 'gendering of the household and might be in terms of podcasting like what. I'm hoping i guess you know. More women having facility with technology in ways that in the fifties sixties seventies and even into the eighties that women were actively discouraged from the. There's a piece from kathleen hanna where It's not playing dead where she talks about how her brother told her that his amp would would shock her if she plugged the cordon and took guitar and so and for years. She talked about like how that made her fearful of a plane around with sound equipment. So you know I some work on the tape recorder and the gender of the tape recorder Recorder as mail after world war two and that was the era of the hi fi stereo and there's arguments that that that because of the open floor plan and these ranch houses that that was kinds of men's way of using technology to isolate themselves and claim space in the domestic faith that this kind of was deemed the women's domain to take care of so the fact that now technology might be serving as a way to challenge. The gender of space is really exciting. It makes us so much more exciting than us..

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"pandemic journal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:42 min | 9 months ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Good morning, Jean. How the health are you, David? I'm well, Thank you. How are you? Excellent. Thank you Know studies have shown the benefits of writing for those who suffer from PTSD and other disorders. And we had Dr David Hands comma, retired orthopedist on last His last week, and he was talking about expressive writings being so beneficial in these times of the covert 19 whether a person's suffering from it or knows somebody or just suffering through the collateral damage, you know, the sheltering in place and lost jobs, and so on the loss of our daily normal routines, So tell us why you you told me before we came on the air Ah few days ago. That you have different points or chapters in your book, which is a guide a journal, But you say for people now to go, Teo was a Chapter seven where they can start a pandemic journal. What's the importance of that? Yeah. Yeah, well, you know, it's very interesting because I hadn't considered this. But just last week, a friend of my husband's came over to the house and we were enjoying a drink. And before we knew it time got away from us, and he was All worried because he was going to his girlfriend for dinner, and now he was late, and he said, I should stop at the store and I should get her something as a token, She's making lasagna for me, and I said, Hey, I just got a shipment of journals in and I said, How about giving her this and he looked and he goes. I think she really liked this. Can I pay for it? I said no. Absolutely not. I'm trying to get some exposure. You take it. You're doing me a favor, and and he said Okay, I said in this issue needs a place to start asked her toe look. Att blessing. Number seven is called. Best the worst to the weirdest of times. And if that doesn't qualify for what we're going through now, then I don't know what is right. And and he took it. And I didn't realize in what profession his girlfriend worked. The next day. When my husband got home, he said. Wow, you are a rock star and mark and Mike's eyes and I said, Well, really to tell, And he said when he brought it over to her place and gave it to her, She looked at him too shocked and said, Why would you get this for me? And he said, Well, I just, You know, I know he goes. I was running late, and I really apologize. But my my friend's wife is the author, and she wanted you to have it, she said. I just got back. She had just gotten off of work that afternoon, and before she left, she went counselor. She's a nurse at one of our local alone, huh? Perfect And she yes, and she had been working late hours and working long days and you know she was trying not to bring home, she said. I just say, finally offered a counselor to those who felt they needed it, And I just felt so stressed and anxious counselor, and he suggested That I journal and she said it sounded like a great idea until I got home and I sat down with a pen and paper and I went I I don't even know where to start. And so after dinner she dug in and she did start with blessing Number seven, which is Chapter seven, and she really enjoyed it. And it just kind of sparked for me the thought of all of our medical professions If you're in the health care, and you haven't done your due diligence to take care of yourself, right for all the care that they give And for all the difficult times their suffering. Where do you begin? And perhaps this is a place to begin, whether it be this journal or anything else, But there is a lot of research that you know it started with that trend, right? How do you get through this PTSD? And that's truly what they're experiencing. Well, yeah, I mean, now people are journaling and writing medical history books, which will be right..

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"pandemic journal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"pandemic journal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:51 min | 9 months ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"We have the author of Loving Your Life and also another book by her anxiety Warrior, and Alka Scholes is my guest. She's a psychotherapist from Canada, and she'll talk about what to do about anxiety or panic attacks. Whether you're suffering from phobias or maybe depression, possibly addictions or pain management. We'll talk about that, hopefully and time allowing, so we'll talk everything. Having to do with mental and emotional health with Elkin Shoals and then later in this hour, Jean Alfieri joins us. He's the author of Blessed To Be Me a Guide a journal of capturing the stories of your life and capturing those memories in a journal, and she calls it kind of a pandemic journals, he says. It's very important that you not only doctors and nurses and medical professionals, but also, um No regular everyday Joe. Q public record What's going on now, for you know, either as a family legacy, or just to look back on to reflect on and the coming months and years. Alright, some news to get to before we get to onto our regular features of the of the programme, which is a fitness file matters of sexual health and the funny bone pharmacy emailing nonstop can harm your health. This was a study. He or employees who felt they had to respond to e mails immediately, even when they weren't on the clock, And they reported were sleep higher levels of ah burnout and more health related absences from work. This is from the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. The added that workers who were expected to be available even when they aren't at work experience an elevated stress response. They measured their cortisol levels and found that out and let's see just This article to the here, C ous faras. Your body's concerned being available to work while off the clock does not register as leisure time, according to the experts, job contracts or two contacts. Excuse me and work availability outside regular business hours are associated with impaired wellbeing. So if Europe o'clock stay off the clock, but it's interesting that 52% Here's another survey that found 52% of employed him. Americans check their work email even when they have a sickness or take a sick day or if there you know you are on a day off and not working that day. How do smartphones mess with our brains? Well, there's almost nothing more compelling to humans and social interaction and information, right? The fake Burke and institution as I call them, But it's because you know, the reason they're addictive is activates your brain's reward system. Get that Phil coming hit and a cognitive psychologist says it's a focus destroyer as well. One study found. It can take your brain 15 to 25 minutes to get back to where it wass after stopping to check email. Another study found that people who spend a lot of time media multitasking, as it's called, tend to have less pre matter and part of the brain involved in thought and emotion. Control on the same characteristics are associated with obsessive compulsive disorder as well. Depression and anxiety disorders, according to neurology, neuroscientists. So what can you do to get back in control? Well, meditation spending time in nature exercise and most of all, limiting your smartphone use alright, some nutrition or of health trivia for yous, factoids that there may not be of value. Well, here's one long its own record. You think you've been constipated, longest known record for constipation, 102 days that that's over three buds. My gosh. Well, the same toilet paper bills. Heaviest organs in your human body are in the human body are your lungs which together way about 42 ounces. If you were locked in a completely sealed room and would die of carbon, you would die rather of carbon. Dioxide poisoning before you die of oxygen deprivation, And this brings to mind masks and now squaring and the controversy there because your carbon dioxide levels in the blood do go up oxygen levels go down. Uh, most sensitive finger is the forefinger and surgeons perform. Excuse me perform better during operations. If they're listening to music, All right, let's go to the fitness file. Running, running at 85%.

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"pandemic journal" Discussed on The Current

The Current

15:36 min | 1 year ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on The Current

"The best thing you can do as an individual is to be part of a community so I think that everyone can find what it is. What area if this problem? Which is that. They want to get involved in some for some people. It's food for some people it's Dealing with questions of environmental racism or education but But I think the idea that maybe we don't do it alone that we join with others to do it. is important at this point. Because it's we've been sold a bit of a bill of goods that it's all about individual responsibility when actually I think There's been disinformation campaigns of course for years about trying to get people to not believe in science and now that they do more. I think now we have to figure out. How do we join together? to put political pressure On the fossil fuel industry. There's a word that's used in the book. Soloist Algebra What does that That is the longing for home while you're still home And what that it was coined by a philosopher Glenn Albrecht And he was saying that he was. I believe it was in Scotland. He was talking to people who've lived all their life in one place but the land that they loved had been so changed by Industry and So many of the the features they'd love to have been We're gone now that they actually even though they were home. We're feeling Palca for what was gone and I think a lot of us Feel that It may be that you're used to more snow and you have a winter that has less snow and you feel sort of strange sense that well other years we were outside in the snow or it may be that things are blooming in the wrong seasons or that. You don't see the bird used to see as much around 'cause it's moved Further north I think that we're all Feeling these kind of almost new New Ranges of of emotion that are kind of combined states like that basically nostalgia dread how you used to live in the city. And how has a moving to the country shaped not just how you right and what you write about but how you see what you're talking about nostalgia dread but also the fight against climate change Well it's funny because I feel like in when you live in New York. There's a there's a different kind of nostalgia which the writer Luc Sante called Angriness Delta. You walk by and you say like that used to be like the punk rock clubs and now just like so angry. That different things have disappeared But in living where I do I feel like I I have a lot. I'm sort of person who is not that aware of my physical environment. I notice mostly people and People's gestures and the nuances of how they seem to be thinking and feeling so. It's quite interesting too when I walk out of my house. Not have that information not have human information right at my doorstep but instead have the natural world and It's been a slow process but I realize that They actually talk about this in some studies. They've done that The reason they think that nature Is Restorative to people is that it allows you to have a they call it a soft focus soft fascinations so trees and greenery and all those things allow you to gaze at things without Being sort of trapped in trying to figure them out like you do with people So I have a lot more soft fascinations these days. And that's been good for my writing. You talked about how you're gonNA coping with with the time that we're in right now. Can you just briefly? Tell me about these letters that you and your daughter are writing Well she's keeping Pandemic Journal. And she's been doing illustrating it but one of the things that I've been looking for is Because of the fear of Passing on so many people in nursing homes and also I think in some children's hospitals They no longer can have visitors. So what we've been doing is writing Letters which are sort of generally Addressed and then you take a picture of them and send it to the place. There's a some organizations that do this and then the nursing home prints out and gives it to particular residents So it's sort of a way to just I think say the way you might right. People that are being held in Detention Center. Who are refugees Anything like that where people are feeling forgotten and forsaken. I think just to let people know that they're being thought of and their situation is Is being recognized as a very difficult one? So that's what we're it's just a small a small thing that we've been doing amazingly generous thing to do well. Thank you Well I've been. I've been struggling a little bit because most of my ideas of of what to do for community Don't work right now so I don't I don't bring food over to people and I don't work at a soup kitchen right now. 'cause I'm Also My parents are older and live down the road so I have to be very careful about About this the concerns about the pandemic but Yeah well I think all of us are trying to figure out what to do and All these mutual aid societies that have sprung up The one thing. I wish that would come out of this. You know immense tragedy. Is that some of these mutual aid things in the sense that we need to rebuild our social fabric to make it more resilient I if we can take some of what we've learned here and it would be equally applicable. I think to climate change. I hope people read this book because not just for the time that we're in. It's it's a fantastic novel but it does get you thinking about who we are and what happens if you confronted those challenges that are in front of us. Jenny thank you. Thank you so much for having me real pleasure. Jimmy is the author of several books. Our latest novel is called. Weather has been long listed for the prestigious women's prize for fiction a winner will be announced for that on the ninth of September. This is the current on. Cbc Radio One. I'm Matt Galloway. These are difficult times. You know the news is really heavy. particularly this morning this. Friday we are dedicating our show stories. That have brought us some joy. We would love to hear from you. Tell us something good. Tell us what has brought you a moment of happiness and hope. Maybe you've read something maybe Jenny you're doing something like that writing letters to people who could use a little bit of contact. How are you staying sane in this pandemic tweet us at the current? Cbc comment on our facebook page or e mail us. And if you're able to send us a voice message that's the best thing go to CBC dot ca slash the current. Click on the contact link. And you'll find our email address there. Let us know what has brought you some joy in this dark moment. Tell us something good as I say. Cbc DOT CA slash. The current. Click on the contact link and we will Load Up Friday show with a lot of that. Goodness is the current on. Cbc Radio One. My Name's Matt Galloway. Hello Tom Power host of q Mac. Galloway how are You? My friend hosted the current on. Cbc Radio One. Everything is all right. Thank you you have a conversation with somebody who is very proud of where he comes from. J Bearish L. You might know him from you. Know movies like knocked up in how to train. Your dragon actor comedian screenwriter. He was on a popular mechanics for kids has a maple leaf tattooed on his real. True Life Real Maple Maple even drawing of a maple leaf and now. He's the new ambassador for a thing called made new. Which is this national initiative celebrating the works of Canadian creators essentially? He's saying that if you're home watching television why watch love island or another Netflix. Show about you know. People can noodling. Why Not Watch a Canadian show Canadian movie and he has a noodling nine hundred twenty three men. I don't know if he's going to send you. He's been hosting these virtual ROAD TRIPS. That people have actually thought were real road trips and got quite mad at him. Virtual road trips Celebrating Canadian Film and Television. And he has some picks. Take a listen. How are you? I'm well thanks Tom not too bad. Where are you? I'm in Toronto in the House. Yes indeed yeah currently in in our in our little In a hermetically sealed fortress and on day. Seven hundred of Pajama Pants. So which is absolutely fine Gael. Be Sad sad to see that part of it go. I said to someone the other day sitting on my couch watching. Tv eating shape and have the prime minister telling me. I'm doing a good job. Every single day every millennials dream. I'm all about so depressing that this is my Juno beach you know. Future generations will stand. We'll sit on the shoulders where you're here because you're on a road trip of virtual road trip. What does that mean so? Yeah It's been this kind of really neat things so for anybody knows who I am It's no surprise that My Film nerdiness is equaled. Only by my Well Earn his patriotism and so when they approached me and said we kind of need an ambassador to To point people in in the direction some some good Canadian stuff I I left the left at the opportunity On on the condition that I got to help pick some of the things that that we were gonNA point people in direction of and so. It's been this kind of really neat I hate to use hokey terms like conversation. But that's what it's been. Because they they showed up with a list of content that they had flagged. I showed up with a list of stuff that I thought important in worth kind of nudging people towards and between that and the actual doing it on twitter people are firing back for every suggestion we make people are firing back three to five of their own and so what's ended up happening. Is this kind of really neat? Open CONVO And at the at the very least people are now Knowing about things that they might not have otherwise ever heard of Jay. I want something from here. I want two things from Ya. I'll start out with a recommendation to Canadian listening to this right now to watch while they're home that's I've I've done so many but I think a real great Kinda intro starter. Kit would be watching dark side of the ring on crave right now. I'M I'M ENTIRELY BIAS. Because some of my best friends in the world make that show But I I think it's straddles a line that I didn't know existed between true crime and wrestling documentaries and it ends up just being Vital colorful beautiful entertainment. I'd also point people in directions of a flake discovered called dry. Landers which is yeah. It's a movie that would make Bergman be like God this is this is brutal and depressing and but it's like incredibly truthful and honest and real but actually here. I know you asked me for one. I'm giving you three. The most important Kadian film of all time is at an arduous. The fast runner. This is as as important and profound a work of cinema. That has ever been made anywhere let alone in our country and it is quite telling that so few people here know about it Because it sort of doesn't exist in our our sort of binary two solitudes understanding of what? Canadian cinema is decorated conduct. Incredible incredible movie indeed indeed and a movie that is terribly referenced. Aesthetically Stylistically totally in a lot of much bigger more successful more famous films. But it's a it's a special thing. What is a new discovery? What's something you didn't know about going into this project that you've seen a Canadian film that you've loved Oh yeah Absolutely would be the body remembers when the world broke open. is I that is who. That's that's a pretty That's a pretty important work. Cinema right there In addition to just being honest truthful blemished and an entirely devoid of vanity. It's as authentic a bit of sort of truth as you can find it any sentiment. But in addition to that it is a beautiful looking film that is an astounding technological achievement. I think in the entirety of the film. I think I think I flagged a total of maybe four to six shots in the entire thing in fact from the point that the two lead characters meet each other. The thing doesn't cut and and so this camera just lives with these characters and it winds through neighborhoods and Vancouver goes into taxis goes from apartment to apartment and and not in this showy way where. You're ever aware that this is some sort of Winky extended take the fact that you don't notice it is a testament to how impactful it is really really special film. Really incredible film. We had tailfeathers not that long ago to talk about it. It's it's amazing. That's the body remembers when the world broke up and Allah Jay's as picks on our twitter page at. Cbc Radio Q. I don't mean to be Glib here but I Demolished a family sized bag dill pickle chips yesterday. What's your go-to snack? While you're watching all these films question well it changes Depending on how close When we went to the store last So so I've I'll be on. I'll be honest my sort of goto. The kind of taste rhythm. I've gotten into as of late I've been I've I've returned to the land of Bologna and mustard. I was raised on FRY Baloney and mustard. And boy it seems to be keeping. Corona at bay for me speaking the same language thick cut baloney bit of mustard. And if you beans that's on the Newfoundland flag I believe. That's it not finale a Bologna Sandwich and I could. I could fight twenty men Tom. Jay Baer Shell thanks for talking to us today. Thank you for having me buddy soon. Stay Tom Power. In conversation with the comedian Jay. Barra Shell and this film Pixel be up on the Q. Twitter feed that is it for the current four today. It's been a difficult morning for many people across this country including obviously and especially our friends in Nova Scotia. Hearts are with you this morning. I'm Matt Galloway. Thanks for listening to the current. Take Care Sauce. We'll talk to him. for more. Cbc PODCASTS GO TO CBC DOT CA slash podcasts..

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"pandemic journal" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On the latest with the covert nineteen pandemic and its impact in the area of course you know lots of lots of information every day I really think those have been really really important to have that daily briefings so leading up to that there is a story that I I want to talk about and that is well there's there's several it's that's the thing there's so much information every single day I don't know what you Griffin I decided early on rather than it be a fire hose I'm gonna write down everything everything everything so I've I've I've just been like documenting all the things I could possibly find and keeping track of all it but there have been a couple of like kind of absurdist stories that have come out this is no exception there is a story from Wisconsin there's a Wisconsin teen she is a sixteen year old high school sophomore she is alleged in a federal lawsuit against against a Wisconsin sheriff that she was threatened with jail if she didn't remove social media posts saying that she had called in nineteen so to be cleared the lawsuit was filed by her against again department wrecked correct right but but but it's began what she alleges in the lawsuit is the day threatened to arrest her exactly over a Instagram post where she claimed she had called the nineteen here's the thing she didn't she tested negative and the Instagram post there's one described as she's looking out of a window saying I won't be back for a while I will be back awhile longer due to me you know having the covert nineteen virus I don't want the attention it's just the truth so what she alleges that the sheriff came to her home and said Hey take this down or you're in a lot of trouble now it's a result of the story as it's as it's told in and the Tribune has this all reported out but eventually there was some concern that from her school that Hey a student who was recently on a band trip possibly has tested positive this is a big deal this is a map but potentially you know a big crisis at the school right they sent out a message to families in the school district saying that there was a rumor floating out there that one of our students contracted coven nineteen well on a band trip to Florida two weeks ago and then they later said there's no truth to this the second part of that is my favorite in which they say they call the message he quote foolish means to get attention and that the source of the rumor has been addressed who I that I struggle with this and we don't have all the facts yet and it seems like you know she did go to get a test so yeah so she was probably ill she she was she was ill she thought maybe she had it yeah maybe she posted it before getting the results back and it was a little hasty sure but she's eighteen she's a teenager right I'm trying not to be too hard we're trying to like teens and it's a scary time you know that's you freaked out I think you're right or stand yes the reality is if you have Sniffles or fever trouble breathing like it's a very logical and natural assumption ago you know what I'm perhaps the responsible thing to do is look and talk to my doctor and see if testing is appropriate yeah in total right thing to do people post things that they shouldn't post all the time you know I yeah I've I've made posts that I regretted I guess not nothing on this level but some so that's I have I have some sympathy but then the thing is that she's not as far as we E. I guess there was some altercation with the police at her house correct and that you should she and her family believes rose to the level of being a whole host of filing a lawsuit which I you know we don't know what happened why this was after what I'm kind of curious to see how this unfolds yeah I think it is it will that is going in the pandemic journal for sure yeah I haven't seen that yet the thought the false claim is not something you see a lot of no they're just I didn't know about many cases of it yet there was a case I'm I believe in Florida maybe that's just me defaulting to the of someone claiming in a group of women claiming in a grocery store that it but it was unclear whether or not she did have court nineteen but she was in a grocery store and she was licking food now gosh and like touching things like licking her hands and touching container she was like licking lettuce or what it's like screaming that's you know that's awful perhaps more of a psychiatric issue then it is not but you know there have been a couple of things like that I mean yeah yeah remember just a few months ago there were there maybe because this December November the person like the person was like in a grocery store took the lid off the ice cream and like lifted and got in so much trouble well that was a trend that that was like right yeah because the one person did and then there's copycats Nash extrapolate that to now let's think about what a big deal that being that we discussed in a public health violation van but now that wasn't even that long ago you could be in serious serious trouble totally yeah cash hasn't thought about that since I've tried to put that out of my mind that was that was if people don't know what we're talking about this was a viral no pun intended but he right an internet trend of I think mostly teenagers not to put it all on your team there's a lot of dumb people out there but stupid is is any you can be an idiot your whole I understanding is that the trend began with team that I could be wrong about that but it was a good go to the freezer a young person yeah you go to the freezer section at the grocery store take off the packaging of some ice cream and lick it and put it lasting and this is this caught on for some number of people and yeah I hadn't even thought about the implications of that now but I gosh I hope that that no one's doing that now that gives me the creeps for days that's just horrifying I mean that said you know I was in a store in a week or so ago I I when I went to the grocery store and will work if you did not know there was a pandemic it was like a regular Saturday it was packed with people were shoulder to shoulder I got very angry when I saw health care workers in scrubs fighting a crowd to get to their food I was like man is a problem it does this is a Petri dish I gotta go well this Wisconsin stories about you know what is purportedly a false claim of someone saying that they have covered when they don't and I was thinking oh I haven't seen a lot of that will that been part of that has to do with the fact that young people don't know well I hear so many people you know might think they have it but they're not sure and and testing is expanding now but there's been a long period of time where it's kind of unclear for so many people if they were to if you were in a high risk group or if you are not a health care worker you know you you had to prioritize testing for them and you're right you know the reality is the treatment program with a mild case is the same as a negative test yes stay the heck at home yeah rests just try to ride it out which I think is very counter to what we're used to it's usually were very quick to like well here you get a prescription get some antibiotics whatever so it's been a you know a lot of it's been a lot it's been a lot I think it's safe to say all right well we're gonna take a break and now we're gonna check in with podcasts are in the news room leading into governor prince first press briefing back in just a bit here on seven twenty WGN.

"pandemic journal" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Speer. The White House is laying out new guidelines that detail eight three step process for easing corona virus social distancing restrictions or in a move that appears aimed at avoiding a confrontation with the nation's governors. It essentially leaves the timeline on reopening up to them for NPR d'etre new White House guidelines are just advisory. The President says the final decision on what to do and win will be up to governors. The White House is recommending three phases of gradually more relaxed restrictions. States should move to the next phase only after two weeks of lower infection rates. The plan relies on aggressive testing though and many states. They'll say there just isn't enough available. Npr's Scott detro- states with fewer cove in nineteen cases and deaths would presumably reopen earlier than more hard hit areas. New York is extending. Its stay at home order for another month. This is the hospitalization and intimation rate continues to decline there but as Charles Lane from member station W. S. H. U. Reports of the death toll remains high. Six hundred and six New Yorkers are confirmed to have died from Corona virus yesterday and extending the order to keep schools and businesses shut governor. Andrew Cuomo acknowledged that he has no real ability to enforce these social distancing measures on people but they have done because they have the facts. They have the information they understand. The risks the understand the rewards. They understand the consequences and what they have done has worked call. My says reopening will be conditioned on reducing the infection rate. Right now he says. New York's infection rate is about point nine meaning one person in fact slightly less than one other person he says. Wuhan's infection rate was point three before they began reopening for NPR news. I'm Charles Lane in New York Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr. A massive series of stock sales worth up to one point seven million dollars before the krona virus market crash new analysis from researchers at Dartmouth University shows just how unusual the trades were. Npr's Tim Mack. Reports at a regular trading activity is likely to be of interest to federal investigators. The North Carolina Republican has historically been a poor stock picker. Most of the stocks he purchased have done poorly and typically sold stock at low volumes on average three point. Four times per quarter but on one day February thirteenth this year Senator Byrd broke this pattern and made thirty. Transactions representing a significant portion of his net worth the stocks he sold went on to do very poorly underperforming similar stocks by eight percent that cluster of sales before the market crash due to coronavirus concerns was one of the lawmakers only market beating trades since recordkeeping began eight years ago to Mac. Npr News Washington on Wall Street today. Stocks closed modestly higher. The Dow was up thirty three points the S. and P. Five hundred rose sixteen points this is NPR. One of the oldest black newspapers in the nation is suspending publication. The News Journal and Guide based in Norfolk Virginia has been operating since one thousand nine hundred. Sam Target of member station W. HR V. Reports the papers losing ad revenue because of the Krona Virus Pandemic Journal and guide primarily focuses on problems. Impacting black people. One of those issues is that couvin nineteen is affecting black communities at higher rates than other racial groups Brenda Andrews Editor and publisher of the Journal and Guide says that's why the decision to suspend publication was so hard and especially critical point for Black America. Li Do stories continuously on disparities in health between the larger companies again. The Black Community. Andrew says the peeper will resume operations when the current virus outbreak subsides for NPR news. I'm Sam Churkin in Norfolk some tribal groups in Montana. Another western states that they want a federal judge shut down work on the disputed keystone xl pipeline group saying amid fears of workers adding to the spread of the corona virus. They want work on the pipeline which runs from candidate Nebraska to be halted one definition of how you know when you've made it when they name a beer after you and for the nation's top infectious disease expert that day arrived land-based wild heaven. Beer has just released. A new beer called vouch. Spring in honor of one of the key figures dealing with the krona virus pandemic is described as a Pale Highbury's experimental variety of hops. I'm Jack Speer NPR news..

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"pandemic journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ella Fitzgerald over the rainbow ninety three point nine FM W. NYC new standards dot org with Rosemary Clooney singing James Taylor do tell save but Jones they and but it's the do you may now go on and tell me but a whole do go on and tell me the whole to no no and together always be one they are a team Ray Charles and Betty Carter together on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC a new standards dot org fall cattle cut they with you it is radio togetherness it is finding common ground in a lot of great songs as we socially distance but use a Saturday night to just blow off a little steam and maybe sing along with the radio why not you are dead there's more where that came from I'm here till midnight on W. NYC and of course simulcasted new standards dot org tomorrow we have a brunch date right there online noon to four we're going through a health and economic crisis that is also an anxiety crisis so let's look at in the eye and move through it together I'm Brian Lehrer right now in this paradox of needing to support each other and isolated from each other at the same time W. NYC will be there for you bringing you the information you need to stay safe listener support powers are work right now we need your help if you can please donate at W. NYC dot org WNYC's supporters include the New York review of books and journal of ideas the latest issue includes Jason Farago on Caleb Crain Laura Colby on Silvina Ocampo Nathaniel rich on PT Barnum and entries from our pandemic journal online it and what books dot com Mount Sinai health system ready to provide virtual care options for covered nineteen and committed to getting patients the right care for their needs more info at Mount Sinai dot org slash now this is W. NYC ninety three point nine FM ten AM twenty.

"pandemic journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Library and join me change the price of the gas for a book club life for that on April thirtieth for more information visit WNYC dot org slash WNYC is supported by the vital projects fund supporting the museum of modern art offering virtual views online starting today with the virtual film exhibition home movies film at moma is made possible by Chanel learn more at moma dot org the New York review of books and journal of ideas the latest issue includes Jason Farago on Caleb Crain Laura Colby on Silvina Ocampo Nathaniel rich on PT Barnum and entries from our pandemic journal online it and what books dot com if you believe democracy requires a free press your station is W. NYC ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news in the new York conversation when streams resting all June and you know to seven along.

"pandemic journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New York review of books and journal of ideas the latest issue includes Jason Farago on Caleb Crain Laura Colby on Silvina Ocampo Nathaniel rich on PT Barnum and entries from our pandemic journal online it and what books dot com Adelphi university's master's degree program in business analytics with stem designation students explore information driven business decision making Adelphi dot EDU slash analytics hospital for special surgery now offering virtual visits in orthopedics sports medicine rheumatology physical therapy sports performance and more learn more at HSS dot EDU slash virtual weeks we've heard about panic shoppers causing a run on toilet paper by rationally hoarding it but that ignores one key factor to the toilet paper you use when you leave the home is not the same toilet paper you use at home incomplete information whether about supply chains or infection rates leads to incomplete narratives is this week's on the media from W. NYC tonight at eight on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC this is all of it and now the Stewart so as many of you listening are you know we have this great book club that's part of our show it's called get lit with all of it and each month we usually gather in the green space for a live book club event with the author audience we have music we have some wine then there was kind of a nineteen and we had to adapt so last week we announced that the New York Public Library has become a partner with get lit with all of it the libraries getting thousands of extra copies of the book and we've chosen to read each month and get a copy for free for three weeks on your kindle E. reader by downloading then your public library app it is free you can do it from home last count I believe eight hundred people have something crazy number like that we've also announced last week that April book club selections going to be digging King Kong by National Book Award winner James McBride it is a great read you can pick up your copy now download one of the E. copies made available by the library or you can grab a copy from your local indie bookseller we know a lot of them are still shipping books to support local bookstores now the cap off this booklet experience that we're going to have together I'm gonna be hosting an online live stream book club event on April thirtieth at seven PM hi we'll be live.

"pandemic journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"PhD in applied mathematics decides to data mine for dates support for the month comes from Babbel a language app that teaches real life conversations in a new language like Spanish French or German doubles ten to fifteen minute lessons are available in the app store or online after battle D. A. V. E. L. dot com and from progressive insurance with the name your price tool offering a range of coverage and price options to choose from now that's progressive more at progressive dot com or one eight hundred progressive the north radio hours produced by Atlantic public media in woods hole Massachusetts and presented by PRX life in New York City during this pandemic is anything but normal what's different about life now than before cancel key fob and as the city struggles with the corona virus New Yorkers try to find a way to stay safe and still meet their needs the friendly to everybody keep it this this of course will get through this wall right now that's on the next morning edition from NPR news weekday mornings on WNYC support for WNYC comes from the New York review of books a journal of ideas the latest issue includes Jason Farago on Caleb Crain Laura Colby on Silvina Ocampo Nathaniel rich on PT Barnum and entries from our pandemic journal online it and what books dot com W. NYC independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the new York conversation this is the moth radio hour from PRX I'm Sarah Austin Janice it's time for our last story from Los Angeles Chris McKinley came to us from.

"pandemic journal" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Are jumping back into the stock market global markets followed. Us stocks higher overnight. Asian shares largely closed up with European stocks. Opening higher markets columnist. Mike Byrd explains why some investors are now buying stocks. Globally are now quite a long way from the lows that was set in late. March when people are really really panicking about the economic impact of the various lockdown policies. Going in around the world. So you've seen quite a rally since then and it's mostly based on a sort of perception that things are improving you've seen in the real hot spot areas in Italy in New York Looks like Hey Sambas and deaths starting to peak starting to stole maybe even in some places starting to decline the idea of getting those lockdowns over getting back to some form of slightly more normal economic activities very much on people's minds and that's really what's leading stocks higher. It isn't a lot more complicated. The Knight you've also you see. Japanese stocks higher Chinese stocks higher. It's really sort of global rally based on not as slightly. That's risky outlook. Airbnb is raising a billion dollars from investors as it works through the hit to the global travel business from the Pandemic Journal. Tech reporter Parmi Olsen explains how the company faces a special challenge from the corona virus. This is a company that was built on the notion of sharing your assets with other people and yet now the world is being told not to go near other people or their things. We're supposed to self isolate so one. Venture capitalist recently told me that even after the virus it's possible that people might want to shift their spending back towards hotels instead of shared homes. Because they might feel just a little bit more assured that hotels have more stringent processes on things. Like cleaning and. Keeping the place hygienic again. We don't know how long the virus will be around for. After a short break we will go inside the relentless race to stop the corona virus. Happening now in labs.

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"pandemic journal" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"And welcome to Conan. O'brien needs a friend. Normally done with all of us in the same room but because of the corona virus. A pandemic I am in my home in Los Angeles. Sona is joining us. What's this town called Alta? Dena outing that far. It's an island in the north. I believe it's not an island. A small a Los Angeles suburb by Pasadena so so to get to work. I'm told you take a small cargo plane coming this way anyway. Is that right? I've asked everyone in Los Angeles. They don't know where to Dina. Is it? I think you're making it up. Well I don't think you know everywhere in L. A. S. We were any places and I'll tell you Matt you want to help me out. Where's LADERA HEIGHTS? Ladera heights if you take one thirty four through less snow chase and you go towards Nachos Fritos You will eventually come on. What looks like Pomona? But it's not Komo and then you go through the deserts of Chuck Goes Rogue List. So don't question my authority but anyway SONA is it true that when you go home at night you have to stop and change currency. Is that Chris? It is not true that I have to change currency. That's absurd glad. I'm glad you found a home. That's closer to your your birthplace of Armenia. So Mike I'm happy North Pasadena there's nothing north of Pasadena. There's no there's no known map of anything north of Pasadena. It's just scrubland. Some adventures have headed out that way to see what's up there but they've never returned and later they're bleached bones were found at a store. That bleaches bones is that the new thing bone bleaching. Yeah I also want to make sure we mention also joining US remotely and often. He's emotionally remote so it all works all Matt Gourley. Yeah I think I have to be emotionally remote to handle you sometimes. Oh well let's not do that. Let's try to be friendly. We are all in the midst of a pandemic the worst since one thousand nine eighteen we all have to maybe drop our former ways of giving each other a hard time so. I've tried to set the right tone by correctly. You said I took a cargo plane to work. That was a fact. How are you? I'm good I I live in the city directly next to Altadena. It's not that far. I've been to your house. It took like six days to get there i. It's because you live somewhere near like channel island silence God. It's so hard to be stolen when all the people all the people in your in the popular you're trying to have killed zoom. I'm so mad right now at Beria but I can't kill him because he's on zoo. That's what it feels like a terrible time to be a dictator. I may a dictator filled with wrath. Who's used to being able to have people destroyed immediately? But I'm just picturing right now. Like all the dictators in history like. Idi Amin or Hitler or Stalin and they're on sue and someone. Someone displeases the money on zoom. And they're like and they're saying like watch you I want you to. I want you to be shot and people are like wait. Which one that guy that guy on the far right square. No that's not my far right square. That's your on my computer. It's different which one you talking about that guy who just said that. Shoot him shoot him immediately. We'll we're not at his house. Should I come in and help myself shot? No that defeats the purpose into killed. Shot all right. You can have that one out live. Just cut me a check. I'm here in my my. Study my sanctum. If you will where I go and I think my thoughts Gowrali let me inquire about your health because soon as always healthy. She eats a lot of garlic and she's always healthy. I've never seen Sony get sick ever. It's unbelievable well. Now you jinxed me no. I'm knocking knocking wood. So you okay. Yeah but morally. How are you? I'm good I tried to get out and run or walk each day but my mental health. I feel like I'M STARTING TO SLIP. And this was like starting like four years ago at about the time. I started this. How does it manifest itself that your mental health is slip aren't just talking to walls? I'm just looking out the window and just I dunno around nighttime when it hits because that's what it feels repetitive and my wife and I are doing this like keeping a pandemic journal and my penmanship has gone from really legible to stroke victim keeping a pandemic journal. I don't think that's healthy. I don't think that's just for fun for kids. One Day Day twenty nine. They're not going to read. Your your kids are not going to read your pandemic journal. You don't know my kids. That's a great great grandchild finds yet or I'm just thinking that because I would read my great grandfather's Spanish flu journal. He died of the Spence. Was that true I love it. I love that cracked you up. Why don't you laugh? You went on my grandfather? He died of the nineteen eighteen buyers because he obviously couldn't have written a journal. Yeah he could have. He could have been keeping a journal and then the last page was like not feeling great and then the line just goes down. The the ink just goes down in a straight line gets worse. My mom just told me that he got up to shave one day and just died. Oh I think he didn't die of the flu. Why do you say that doesn't sound right at all as a non epidemiologist? I'M GONNA say a guy doesn't just sit up in bed and say well time for a shaved. Oh no flu clang EEK dead. That does none of that. Sounds right. A lot of the stories in my family are Apocryphal. So who knows what really happened. I think he had a shaving accident. It could be. I keep a journal Mad. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. You keep a journal. I've been keeping one eye right one line a day in a five year journal thing that I have and I bought it with you. Actually in Minneapolis. When we were on tour I bought this five-year journal in every day. You write one line. That's the laziest journaling I've ever heard. It is Really Lazy. But it's it's it's a good way of like. Did you buy that journal? In the Minneapolis Museum that we went to I did and I believe I paid for everything. Yes yes I did. I hate for that Journal. That was a gift and I'm still waiting for thank you. I said thank you. What are you talking about one another one? Are you know you're not getting another one? I don't think you can name one thing in your life that hasn't come from my good graces off. God can introduce God no. There's no time for a guest today. You know what the sad thing is is when you said I was like honestly could not think I try. I was GONNA say well my husband but I met my husband because of the show. Yup I'm responsible for everything in your life I bought and named your dog. No you did not. This is Chris for that journal Conan. No problem sonal and you know what don't even mention it. We can't mess around too much because we have Just a lovely guest today someone. I Adore I. I WANNA point out that the interview I did with her was taped. Well before the pandemic as many of these interviews have been so Just make that clear and I don't remember but there might have been some point in the interview when she says Haha they'll never be a pandemic. It's not her fault. My guess. Today's extremely talented actress. Who Played Janet on the hit? Nbc series the good place now stars alongside Bill Hader. Hbo Series Berry. I am thrilled. She's with us today. She really is a delightfully funny person. Darcy Carton Welcome. I feel like we already are friends because we've hung out. You've been to my house several times. Thank you for inviting me. Are you weren't invited? Member.

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"pandemic journal" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:03 min | 1 year ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Number one TV host for years and years and years number one best selling non fiction author on earth you could as a time we went to a lot of reading get go over all these books the United States of trump is out killing crazy horses coming you can watch the TV show it's great work every night you can read the columns in the messages just go to bill o'reilly dot com bill o'reilly dot com bill Riley how you doing good mark thanks army back what do you think about all this is a million things going on I wrote a column entitled you have the right to remain stupid and I think now that we have down time many of us we have to reassess CF three SO says your country yourself your family how you're conducting your life all of this can be put to very good use of people take it seriously yeah you know swimming in that than the financial difficult enough sick right now even the pope said don't waste this time and I'll just talk to me everybody should have a look a list every day every day read a list of what you accomplished during the day what you got done projects things you could work on I said I'd been promoting after last month said you know a pandemic journal in every day you write down things that happen I I am fascinated by the good conduct of people in New York in New York City and not seeing you know roving bands of criminals doing bad things you're not seeing people defining and and looting and and and this kind of stuff you know so that's a big plus but on the other hand I know personally some people who see themselves as victims here you know all I I didn't couldn't do this and this happened and I had to postpone that and you know what I'm saying of my soul who maybe want to look at a little bit broader and you bring in people who have financial difficulties would it be good if everybody in financial trouble took a step back and said why am I in financial trouble sort of blaming it on like Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren do all of the system's rigged against you you can make it you know it's it's the six isn't it isn't and that's a lie so if you are in financial trouble you know sit down and figure out why and what you have to do to get out of that so all of these things can happen fairly easily on a personal level and I hope people take the time to do it yeah Abeille royale you wrote probably the best book ever written on the president the United States to trump you know me as well as anybody the briefings that go on and on and when he engages with a bad a reporter and tells me what what what what do you think should be stopped better OLED with that tonight right on the nose been news and by the way Marco thanks to you and others who have me on the radio on a regular basis hundreds of thousands of people are now coming in to my website bill o'reilly dot com and many of them are signing up for membership on there so they can see my newscast every night with a half a million people now getting our newsletter is unprecedented never happened in America that a podcast has gained this much traction in the reason is that I am all about information it's not about ideology it's not about promoting a political party or person so we're watching a dueling presidential aspiration all TV show now between Donald Trump and Andrew Cuomo so it's very interesting to contrast the two so governor Cuomo unlike any other governor in the country's history has now the networks behind him so every day as a briefing as he should because New York state is the center of the pandemic in the USA and it's taken by all the networks and all the cables nobody has ever had that kind of access and Andrew Cuomo is an articulate man and he is very able to express his vision and what's happening in the moment and he has gained a tremendous amount of credibility since this began Donald Trump on the other hand is doing exactly the same thing and now there are cries from the hate trump media not to broadcast his which would be I dereliction of journalistic duty on hurdle of in this country but MSNBC and CNN either commentators why we taking this club level black normally news story tonight about Acosta Jim Acosta is what correspondent for CNN and everyone who follows the news knows across is not a journalist he's there because he hates trump and his orders from CNN owned by A. T. and T. hard to make trump look bad those are his orders okay and he carries them out so yesterday he asked the question not in a told him that his wants an answer but in accusatory tone for and that I'm paraphrasing the question you said on March eighth you said on March seventeenth you said you said you said and he quotes all of the optimistic things that Donald Trump set like we're gonna get through this it's not gonna be that bad wheeled cited all of those things okay but instead of saying well in hindsight do you regret freezing that out those questions out where freezing rain so that way Mr president now have you considered that it might have put out fourth false hope that's a legitimate question but now you did this you did that you did this and tribalism out now your question is why why bother with Jim Acosta everybody knows which it might cost is going to do just ignore him right but for trump it's a plus to scold the man to be embarrassed at Manny's beyond embarrassment because again doing what he's told to do all right he's getting paid handsomely for trying to harm the president the United States but trump wins trump wins because people can hear they kill all yet try to get up hi Ashley get him because he's a bad guy he's a trump supporters all right on the other side I don't know what they're doing because this is a total waste of time is way over the top and most Americans know what the game is alive how C. N. N. thanks to gains from all this is a mystery of the universe nobody knows this a network business better than you what is the thinking of the people that run and own CNN they're in third place low numbers why do these stick with this stuff you know that is really the question that I even me in the business forty five years I know them all I know the guy runs CNN Jeff Zucker all right I know and I've written in the United States to tropic sensibility about the relationship between soccer and trump soccer hates Donald Trump reach him literally hates him he would love to see trump get the virus maybe that's overstating it but I don't think so trump himself lows doctor but it's it's he's a passive partner in this sucker trump relationship now why Zucker hates him so much when trump made soccer millions of dollars remember soccer was in charge of the apprentice yeah why he does I can't answer the question I don't know there have to be some kind of personal thing that we don't know about but soccer is in charge of C. N. N. however eighteen T. now runs out operation took it over and I don't understand A. T. and T. what do you think you're gaining you've stated it correctly their ratings are terrible have not one person on there that's a genuine star Americans want to watch not one yep they do day in and day out there people are ordered to try to make trump look bad why it's not working economically it's making its destroyed your brand no one thinks the New York times and the and CNN are the two brands that have been destroyed by Donald Trump not by him but by them attacking him incessantly those brands have been destroyed so it is it is not going to tell you as an American if I see a T. and T. is associated with anything I don't buy it I am not a boycott kind of guy so offended by the dishonesty but I'm not gonna I'm not gonna participate AT and T. I'm not this to happen I got a pretty good signal on my phone I think I'd like to stick with A. T. and T. okay I understand the technology at all but they have a lot of other businesses and if I'm if I can avoid them I avoid them because I I am appalled at the digit the lack of honesty coming out of their news organizations well the only one minute left us a bill right you can watch tonight at seven S. if you sign up become a member you can watch the show at any time to hear what anytime within this is a this is a phenomenon and I am very lucky because I'm prospering during this pandemic but I'm doing a service because I'm providing Americans with honest information they get nowhere else you don't get this on if you if you tune into the networks and cable they repeat the same thing a hundred times they don't know what to do they don't know how to cover I'm looking forward now I'm looking for a time when this and this and I think that'll be an early summer then watched that's why you're you're running your own network now don't you miss having a program executive come in and say want to turn us wanted to do yeah I I desperately miss Daljit but that well it's great stuff you can get just go sign a bill o'reilly dot com you get the TV show you get the columns you get the book but you can watch him every night or at any time you can watch bill o'reilly dot com sign up to become a member bill o'reilly thanks for being with us hi mark talk soon thank you bye take care order me check out the web since a lot of great stuff up there this Rachel Maddow has a history of misinformation of pushing wacky conspiracy theories there's a couple of website you can go to with that list hundreds of examples but to take a look at this one is a recent one this is two weeks ago saying there's no hospital ship comfort coming to New York the president's lying you're not going to see this hospital ship in New York watches video you eight I still can't figure it out also mayor de Blasio to two three weeks ago taller but don't worry about corona virus go to the movies go out watch on the he's on CNN he thinks he's safe but they confront them with the videos watch the look on his face also take a look at the the new season the.

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"pandemic journal" Discussed on The A&P Professor

The A&P Professor

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on The A&P Professor

"Moving along here. I have tip number twenty seven which is even less is even more now. I mentioned this idea of less is more in bonus episodes sixty four B but I really mean it this time and I'm going to take it a step further emphasize that even less is even more because yeah. I know it's hard to let go one thing I'm suggesting is to take that beautiful new remote course that you've just built and slash everything in half remove at least half if not more really in one online course. I did quite a while ago. I had a weekly discussion and two weekly assignments. It was perfect. Immagination it was perfect in real life. It turned out it was awful. The students were so busy writing the required discussion posts and trying to get those assignments. Done that well. None of it was good quality. The learning going on wasn't anywhere near where it needed to be. So I made the discussion biweekly and the assignments biweekly alternating them. So that we'd have a discussion week and then an assignment week. And then a discussion week and so on that gave them more time to work on their assignments and less pressure to say something important in the discussion and that has worked great for the past several years. So yeah cut what you have in half do it. Now you know students are having a hard time coping with their whole lives right now. They may have lost the job that supports their schooling. The routines and lifestyle been completely disrupted. They may be sick or caring. For Sick family members. They may be coping with deaths among family and friends and neighbors. They may be stuck living in an uncomfortable or even dangerous situation. They've had to suddenly shift doing things way differently for most or all of their courses. They may be trying to manage their kids at home schooling or just to working their job if they still have one in at home mode even if none of these things are true. They are still under a great deal of stress. We all our our whole society is under stress right now as you know stress affects things like. Oh there's all kinds of stress affects disrupted sleep inability to focus and all of those things at makes it harder for students to cope with a changed up way of working in our course another thing that gets mentioned too little I think but is the big elephant in the room in higher education. A lot of our students struggle with mental health issues on a good day. P. T. S. T. depression anxiety and many other conditions. That are going to likely be especially hard for them to manage during this public health. Emergency and there's also physical conditions of many types and addiction and well. They're just all kinds of things that students russell with all the time that are now exponentially worse for them the flip side of this that we need to be careful to keep in mind. Is the teacher side of things? Our side of things self care is now a much more important issue than it ever was and it was already very important keeping our workload light and manageable. We'll go a long way to helping us coke to another suggestion. I have which I learned the hard way when I retired from full time. Teaching and became a completely at home. Worker is to not act. Like it's snowed. Hey every day get trust. Not necessarily what you'd wear to work but don't stay in your pajamas. I wear jeans and a casual shirt for example socks and shoes actually. I'm wearing western boots right now. I live on a Missouri Farm Road after all and you know I wanna stay comfortable certainly but I get dressed. Something else I learned is that I should keep a healthy sleeping and eating pattern. The more I stick to a healthy routine an actual schedule but starts in knowing starts in the morning with my morning alarm wakes me up. I do my Taichi form. I had my morning smoothie I play with the dog a little bit. I make some tea. And that progresses in a usual way throughout the rest of the day the more I do that the more productive I am and the better I feel less stressed. I feel Oh and I take breaks to. That's very important. Now when I say get dressed every day I also mean I shave. I brush my hair. I put on my son block. I check my hearing aid. Batteries all the stuff. I do as if I were going out to work on campus. No I don't have to do all that if I'm working at home every day but if I don't that I don't get as much done and well just don't feel like my whole self another thing both our students and we can do not as part of course but as part of our Self Care Plan is to keep a journal of our experience of what's happening in our lives right now. A pandemic journal. There's a lot of research to show that this can lessen anxiety and help us process our thoughts and feelings and reconcile them with the lives. Were now living really. It can help us now in real time and of course they'll be valuable to us nor families in the future as well tip number twenty forget seat time have all gotten used to this ridiculous formula of having to be in class for certain amount of time every week certain number of minutes certain number of breaks and so on whether we need to or not and it's hard to get out of that well established mindset. We've been cracking it a bit over the last few years. I think with more and more online courses and hybrid courses and flipped courses. And so on. But we've not shut it completely. It's still trying to hang onto US whispering in our ears to not let it go completely. One insidious way our seat time demon is trying to cling to us is to whisper the suggestion that we need to meet with students at appointed times. Perhaps even with a standard length of time resist. Please.

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"pandemic journal" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"pandemic journal" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"We see breakthrough medicines getting to patients in record time at Emerson when issues become inspiration. Creating a better world isn't just a result it's a responsibility. Emerson consider it solved as the economic damage of Corona virus spreads. New Worries about evictions. Making things even worse there is public health crisis in which being a homeless or on the streets exacerbates the risk of infection and people are buying lots of groceries of course but also a large amount of pot data on pandemic shopping from buying selling specifically top execs selling stocks and look at how many of them sold in time to avoid big losses. It's Tuesday march twenty fourth. I'm mark garrison with the Wall Street. Journal. This is what's news ground. It we are reporting exclusively that big. Us airlines are working on plans for a potential voluntary shutdown of virtually all passenger flights across America government agencies have also considered ordering a halt no official decision on a shutdown has been made by the carriers or the White House Airlines for America. The trade group for domestic carriers didn't immediately respond for comment G. Engines Power. An awful lot of those planes. That company is laying off about ten percent of its US workers and it's aviation division around twenty five hundred people. The jet engine businesses jeez largest and most profitable. We are reporting that the White House is considering easing social distancing guidelines. Possibly as early as next week leaders have to decide where they stand in striking the balance between public health and the economy. The president addressed those concerns yesterday. I'm not looking. I'm not looking at months. I can tell you right now. We're going to be opening up our country. A lockdown is easing in China's who bay province where the Karuna virus pandemic first emerged. Starting tomorrow authorities will end restrictions on outbound traffic for healthy people but the capital city of Wuhan will stay restricted for another two weeks. This comes as many governments in the US and Europe. Tighten their own guidelines Michigan Massachusetts and Indiana all issued stay at home orders and advisories the UK announced a nationwide lockdown yesterday only allowing residents outside homes for specific essential reasons in just a moment efforts to stop addictions as American jobs disappear. The wave of destruction were seeing the job market could lead to a spike in evictions as unemployed people. Run out of money to pay the rent. The regulator Fannie and Freddie is providing help for landlords who suspended evictions and many local governments are stepping to help people stay in their homes through the pandemic journal. Housing reporter Will Parker spoke with Charlie Turner will layoffs are rising because the corona virus has shut down or otherwise impacted so many businesses a lot of people who've been laid off or homeowners and renters. Worried about being evicted from their homes. Are they getting any relief from cities or states? What's being done on their behalf? So several cities and states and Local Court districts have started suspending addiction. So that either means they're suspending hearings on addictions of of residential tenants or they are actually stopping the enforcement of actions that have been orders so one of the first to do this was new. York and places in California and states such as Washington and North Carolina have followed court systems in Detroit and Missouri have done similar things so most of the actions that are being taken are kind of temporary moratoriums on evictions and in some cases. Foreclosures as well so some of them are well defined and that the moratoriums really GonNa last for a couple of weeks. Others are indefinite. It makes you wonder what's going to happen. After the moratoriums are over people are going to be endangered again. Or they're going to be on the hook is that is the big worry here. That is one of the major worries. You Talk to legal aid attorneys. Who you know are kind of the first line of defense for tenants who are facing eviction. Either they are very supportive of measures that are being taken to delay that while there is this public health crisis in which you being homeless or on the streets you know exacerbates the risk of infection. But they are worried about when these suspensions are lifted joblessness caused by the crisis may persist lack of income you know. Will this be problem just waiting to happen? Once that is lifted after a quick break a closer look at markets and billions in stock sales by avoiding losses before the Corona virus devastated.

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