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There are more devices connected to the internet than there are people on the entire planet.
✨👉TODAY at 1pm EST, @lisabexperiencepart and I will be joining Remote Daily, a one-of-a-kind interactive talk show + lunchtime dose of inspiration and connection, #It'sNotJustYou. We'll be talking about changing work culture around race. Join us here: https://t.co/ULKF23roNn https://t.co/p9hDy089EU
“An infinite number of things could have gone wrong out there, but they didn’t. Somehow, this human-made machine defied the odds and the entropy that shapes the universe.” - @SusannaSchrobs via @TIME #MarsPerseverance #NASA #Science #Mars https://t.co/sbN1OckFZY
Feeling disconnected and uncertain? Get comfort, wisdom, and kindness delivered to your inbox weekly with "It's Not Just You," a new newsletter from TIME Editor at Large @SusannaSchrobs: https://t.co/xRvOzlzkDF https://t.co/3GliJT8uFW
Join our little community of empaths and allies. 💜 https://t.co/JVrrDJG1qV
I spent months getting to know a landlord & the tenant who owes her $30,000+ in back rent. Eviction moratoriums, while well-intentioned, put them both in a bad spot. My latest piece explains why we're looking at a possible housing crisis when they expire. https://t.co/57mjq6921x
“She knew if she evicted him, he and his partner, who is laid up with bad hips, would have nowhere to go. “He teared up, and I teared up,” de Laat recalls. “I couldn’t do it. I just couldn’t, in the middle of a pandemic, evict them.” Writes @abbyvesoulis Important, nuanced piece https://t.co/lpU9W5ihbA
Bibliotherapists exist! And they give literary prescriptions for heartbreak or insecurity, etc. No self-help books, because fiction is the way to connecting with the universe, and possibly empathy via @NewYorker https://t.co/xMFYBZwCH9
"We can all understand a craving to get off the planet, or at least slip the bounds of whatever little patch of earth we’ve been pacing for the last year." This week's #It'sNotJustYou @TIME essay on how travel changes us https://t.co/AHNs5E44ju