I think one of the most disturbing aspects of the pandemic must be churches scoffing at stay home orders. I wonder what they're trying to prove.
Today's the day. The start of a new month means mortgage and rent payments fall due, even when the world is reeling from a global pandemic.
A friend of mine recently pointed out a problem with the phrase 'shelter in place' when it comes to the pandemic. It's worth some thought.
A Virginia priest has decided to go against his bishop's order after he was banned from blogging to keep his flock informed during the coronavirus pandemic.
For churches that didn't have a strong grasp on the latest tech, the race is on to get online services up and running quickly.
I've been to the grocery store twice this week. Both times, I've seen plenty of examples of pandemic paranoia in the aisles.
When I look at how much our lives have changed in just a few short weeks, I wonder if we're facing some sort of new normal.
The terms epidemic vs. pandemic both have a key thing in common: the human race doesn't want to experience either one of them!
I'm no means an expert on the coronavirus, despite having written about it extensively for the real job. But I know staying home is a great idea.
Social distancing, along with washing your hands often, might just be the best way to avoid COVID-19. But it might just cause different troubles.
A Florida politican should learn to avoid tweeting in anger, especially after his typo correction turned one mistake into two.
For a growing number of employees — at least those who have the ability to do so — working from home seems more and more a valid option.
The worldwide scare over the novel coronavirus just led to the cancellation of two major WordCamps, special events where WordPress users gather.