After 72 days of relative confinement, I see no end in sight. And I like this new normal.
Two months in confinement. I'm not sure we are where we should be on the battle against the virus. It seems we were reacting in much better ways than in some other countries. Yet, here we are. The number of new cases each day is only stabilizing, not decreasing yet. It is a bit depressing... Continue Reading →
Yesterday, I went out for a very long walk downtown Montreal. Since the beginning of my confinement, more than a month ago, I wanted to go out and experience the city emptiness. I took eighty pictures from which I selected nine of the best. The subject of each photo is trying to portray confinement or... Continue Reading →
The coronavirus forces many people to work from home. Here is how to improve your use of collaborative software like web conferencing applications and be a good meeting attendee. The world is in a major sanitary crisis, putting our life on hold for many weeks, thanks to the coronavirus. Companies need to react. Office work... Continue Reading →