Italian football bosses confirmed on March 26 that the national team's training center at Coverciano in Tuscany will be made available to local authorities for the treatment of coronavirus patients. Italy is now the global epicenter for the disease which now killed 7,503 in the country and infected almost 75,000. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic: Italian football opens national training center for COVID-19 patients
Training on microsoft teams
During the coronavirus pandemic, employers and employees have turned to remote working. India is currently facing a three-week lockdown, which could increase when the country steps up its COVID-19 testing efforts. This makes business communication apps an integral part of keeping companies functional amidst the crisis.Time to show-off your poker skills and win Rs.25 lakhs with no investment. Register Now! … [Read more...] about Slack sets daily user record as millions of users work from home amidst coronavirus pandemic
Alexandra Hsie, 30, is a freelance video producer who lives in Manhattan with her fiancé, Peter Andrews, 31, who she hears is a UX designer. Andrews tries hard to understand what she does, Hsie told me, but she goes elsewhere (her friends in the industry and her colleagues) when she needs someone to get in the weeds with her about anything related to her work. Which is exactly how she wants it to be. … [Read more...] about Couples having a working-from-home revelation: That’s what you do all day?
Using data to trace disease transmission Though thermal cameras and smart city data isn’t yet being used in the U.S., other kinds of data—particularly mobile location data—is already being tapped to stop the disease’s spread. Even before a COVID-19 infection becomes known to a patient, epidemiologists can use sophisticated data analysis methods to deduce who has been in the disease path. For instance, investigators can trace the route of transmission using mobile location data combined with other information, such as credit card transactions. Analysis can determine where a patient made contact with others who visited the same locations or made purchases at the same places. … [Read more...] about ‘This could get Orwellian really fast’: COVID-19 could end privacy as we know it
As someone who spent a good chunk of my career as a user experience designer, I can definitely say that the user experience for reducing garbage sucks. It is too much for one person, let alone one family, to handle. Too much to think about, too much to remember, too many options, too much work, and too many plastic bins in the kitchen. There is only one conclusion I can come to: The companies that manufacture everything cluttering up my garbage need to do something about it. I don’t want to have to think about whether things are recyclable. I don’t want to have a separate bin for paper and one for plastic and one for compost and another for clothes. I don’t want to think about which polymers can go in the recycling bin. I want everything to be able to go into a recycling bin or to not exist. … [Read more...] about How America’s least sustainable city learned to love recycling