It’s A Virtual World We Are Now Living In
Wasn't there a time when we thought being home more would be an awesome thing? Working from home would be so cool and certainly much more stress free than being at a workplace. So, how are we all feeling about that concept now?
Several people I've spoken with, who are currently working at home, are ready to get back into their respective workplaces. It's for many different reasons. Maybe it's missing the everyday interaction with co-workers. Possibly because all the materials you need to do your job are at work, but not so much at home. Or it could be that you need to get away from the distractions of working from home. I can surely understand all of these reasons for wanting to get back to the workplace.
When you think about it, computers are our savior during this pandemic. What if it had occurred before computers, the internet, mobile phone and other modern technology? How would we as a world, survive? Would we have continued to go about our daily routines and just hope we would avoid the virus? Luckily we don't have to worry about that scenario.
Speaking of our world being virtual, here's something you may be interested in. The Kopernik Observatory and Science Center is offering a virtual return to Friday night programs, starting with 'America's Return To Flight.' It will center on the SpaceX Crew Dragon, Falcon 9 rocket and the International Space Station. Astronaut Doug Hurley, who hails from Apalachin will be a part of the upcoming mission. You can check it out on Kopernik's YouTube channel Friday May 22nd at 7:30pm.
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