Here is another post with five Best of Web links I have found deemed worthy to share with you: The main executioner in Castro’s Cuba was a dude named Herman from Milwaukee and I bet you did did not know that, an excellent read about what Metaverse is, how America is just drifting around fighting Covid while the body count gets higher, one of the most inspiring performances you will ever see and we close with some amazing street photography. Enjoy the weekend!
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The Best of Web posts are much shorter in length with material that is a notch or two above what you see in the regular TBB posts.
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I must admit I was surprised to learn about this guy. Named Herman who was destined for “greatness”. Wild life story. And what became of him after he escaped back to the US from Cuba will shock you…wow.
A lot has been written about the Metaverse lately. And I think this is the best read on it imho. And most have been hating on it and I am a natural born contrarian…
Enjoy the read if you are into technology and stuff like that…
We’re avoiding the hardest questions about living with the coronavirus long term.
Yeah, really! With over 750,000 (over 5 million in the world) dead this pandemic has altered, well, everything.
On the ground, the U.S. is now running an uncontrolled experiment with every strategy all at once. COVID-19 policies differ wildly by state, county, university, workplace, and school district. And because of polarization, they have also settled into the most illogical pattern possible: The least vaccinated communities have some of the laxest restrictions, while highly vaccinated communities—which is to say those most protected from COVID-19—tend to have some of the most aggressive measures aimed at driving down cases. “We’re sleepwalking into policy because we’re not setting goals,” says Joseph Allen, a Harvard professor of public health. We will never get the risk of COVID-19 down to absolute zero, and we need to define a level of risk we can live with.
Hard questions lie ahead, and the answers require political will. But first, we have to stop avoiding them. We need a goal.
WOW, just click it, TBB inspires again!
Maybe after I quit blogging I pick up street photography…Enjoy these!