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Lorenzo Gritti

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Coronavirus: Need to Know

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The crisis proves the internet should be a public utility. In the 21st century, the internet is a basic necessity, like running water, gas, and electricity. Those without a connection right now may not be able to work, access vital information, or educate their children.Quartz

The coronavirus crisis proves the internet should be a public utility

Imagine if you had no internet access and had to deal with these wild times offline. While some internet service providers are stepping up in the face of coronavirus and relaxing their rules to ensure that more people without service can get it now, their charitable actions only show that such an essential

Imagine if you had no internet access and had to deal with these wild times offline. While some internet service providers are stepping up in the face of coronavirus and relaxing their rules to ensure that more people without service can get it now, their charitable actions only show that such an essential service should be a public utility.

One couple adapted when coronavirus scrambled their wedding plans. They planned to elope to Iceland. Then they thought they'd have a small ceremony at city hall. Instead, they staged a wedding via a Zoom call.Quartz

When your friends get married on Zoom because of a coronavirus pandemic

Daniel Wolfe describes in loving detail the surreal experience of watching two of your best friends take their vows via a videoconference. It’s a touching reminder that even in a time of isolation and social distancing, you can always find a way to stay connected to your loved ones.

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