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1/ Australia: We need to start talking about the snide #negative commentary around people #workingfromhome - here is a couple of starters: in March 2020 businesses sent office workers home and those office workers set aside a part of their homes to help businesses stay open…
2/ we schooled our kids and worked weird and extra hours & thought up ways to stay connected. Along the way we found that when we #workfromhome our pets n kids n partners see more of us, we find time to exercise & cook & reduce the time & $ & stress wasted on commuting…
3/ some of us could see that in the future we would like to keep some of the week as #workfromhome into the future. Now it’s good to catch up in person. But what I notice increasingly in the media is #negative commentary. Worse still…
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"The most important solution to the problem of spiraling housing costs and...attendant social tumult...is building more housing. The key thing standing in the way of building homes are barriers established...by decades of policy choices." @danrothschild greeneracresvaluenetwork.wordpress.com/2022/05/27/dai…
Why Syndicates Trend to the Extreme Over Time | The Ethical Skeptic
theethicalskeptic.com/2022/05/26/why…
#SocialAffiliation, #HumanBehavior, #syndicates, #CommunityLifestyles
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CROONICLE: Can Dogs Eat Cooked Mushrooms croonicle.com/2022/02/can-do… #dogs #pet #responsiblepetowners
CROONICLE: Can Dogs Have Avocados croonicle.com/2022/02/can-do… #dog #Avocados
CROONICLE: Can Dogs Have Apple Juice croonicle.com/2022/02/can-do… #dogs #applejuice
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We are in the third wave of #Covid. Community spread of #Omicron is given. Cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata are hot spots.

What works and what does not.
A thread of 10 points

1. It is clear that Omicron escapes Immunity acquired through #Vaccines and Previous Infection
2. Most cases of Omicron have mild infection, milder compared to Delta. This however doesn't mean that it will be mild in all cases. Some would become severe and need hospitalisation. Don't be stupid by buying into 'mild' theory
3. A lot of people are asymptomatic. So should you get tested for mild or no symptoms? Yes. Because only then you would isolate yourself and protect others. Also, better to detect it early and monitor rather than be caught off guard when saturation drops.
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New blog post: How a virtual office can make your team more effective?

flat.social/blog/virtual-o…

#remotework #WorkFromHome #flatsocial
1) Enables more frequent casual communication: Meetings are a playful event, not another chore that has been added to one's calendar.
2) Foster serendipitous collaboration: It's all about fun because the most #creative moments happen exactly when participants are embedded in a playful collaborative space where they can explore ideas, create new connections and #brainstorm freely.
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Now that the #rain has stopped for a while in #Chennai, it is time that we get to know what we can expect this week.

1. A Low-pressure area will likely form in the next 2 days in the Southeast #BayofBengal region.

2. Owing to favourable conditions this will further intensify.
3. Preliminary analysis suggests that this system will likely intensify as deep depression and would move towards Coastal #TamilNadu

4. Possibility of this system intensifying into a cyclone exists. Which means a named #cyclone is a possibility
5. Assuming that it becomes a named cyclone, this would be named "#Jawad" named by #SaudiArabia

6. The track that it is likely to take is that it will climb up Northwest - intensify near the coast and move lateral west in between #Chennai and #Pondicherry
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1-Don’t get me wrong, I’m v pleased that @UKParliament are now taking #COVID seriously & doing SOME of the simple things we know ⬇️ transmission.

#Masks #SocialDistancing #WorkFromHome

Assuming everyone working on the estate is >18, the vast majority will be doubly vaccinated.
2-So tell me, why are pupils (largely unvaccinated), education staff & families of both not afforded such protections?
I searched the #DfE website HOPING for advice on 😷s, social distancing, options for CV/CEV pupils & staff to work/learn from home, ventilation?
@educationgovuk
3- But NOTHING, just👇🏼from @nadhimzahawi in the last few days re LFTs, NO MENTION of any other mitigations at all.

#COVIDVaccination has only just begun in the 12-15s, so what are CV/CEV pupils, staff & those with CV/CEV family members to do?

Maybe the @UKHSA can help….?
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(1/2) TL;DR "DLL sideloading attack is the most successful
attack as most EDRs fail to detect, let alone block, it." A scholarly and unbiased examination of how top EDR detects APT threats by @MDPIOpenAccess mdpi.com/2624-800X/1/3/…
(2/2) Teams.exe is used by Cobalt Strike malleable C2 to beacon, undetected by most EDR.
It would be cool if EDR had network-based UEBA to detect these anomalous egress network connections. While some network gateways offer this, it would be more beneficial to have it detected at endpoint due to #WorkFromHome
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I’m not sure which bit of the #Covid_19 picture you’re missing #PrimeMinister but maybe listening to @mvankerkhove @WHO will help👇🏼?

YOUR CHOICES have made 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 #COVID MITIGATION-FREE! An international pariah pursuing an unconscionable, unnecessary, unethical experiment!
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Your idea of #LivingWithCovid will, WITHOUT QUESTION, result in MANY MORE AVOIDABLE DEATHS & countless cases of #LongCovid.
Young adults, pregnant women, CHILDREN….

Non-#COVID healthcare disrupted & delayed further.

Is that the aim?
@10DowningStreet @sajidjavid @Jeremy_Hunt
2/
Please look at these charts/figures.
When schools/universities reopen in coming weeks, the situation will get far worse. Many students have had only 1💉, the majority of children will have had none.
Children & young ppl here have been thrown to the #COVID wolves @BorisJohnson
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TODAY’S (6月21日) #COVID19 update for #Taiwan 🇹🇼
📉75 local + 0 imported cases 📉trend
📉20 deaths 📈trend
📈0.6% test positive rate
📈4.2% case fatality rate (CFR) since May 1
🧪13k tests ⤵️capacity
⚠️It's Monday. Numbers of tests and their positive rates are key metrics. ⬇️ 1/6
DAILY CASES REPORTED (pink bars) and their 7-DAY AVERAGE (pink line), where each day is the mean of itself and the previous six. DEATHS (crimson red bars) at the bottom. THRILLED to have room for the chart legend specifically in the top right quadrant! 2/6
AGE DISTRIBUTION OF CASES. Local cases from May 1-June 20 (age data for cases lag by a day), including those with missing locations. Only a single category is provided for ages >70, which constitute 14% of all cases. DATA ➡️ data.cdc.gov.tw/en/dataset/ags… 3/6
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TODAY’S (6月20日) #COVID19 update for #Taiwan 🇹🇼
📉107 local + 2 imported cases 📉trend
📉11 deaths 📉trend
📈0.6% test positive rate
📈4.1% case fatality rate (CFR) since May 1
🧪20k tests ⤵️capacity
⚠️Fewer cases BUT many fewer tests, higher positivity, and higher CFR. ⬇️ 1/6
DAILY CASES REPORTED (pink bars) and their 7-DAY AVERAGE (pink line), where each day is the mean of itself and the previous six. DEATHS (crimson red bars) at the bottom.
AGE DISTRIBUTION OF DEATHS for May 1-June 20:
🔴64% are ≥70
🔴26% are 60-69
🔴10% are 30-59 years
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AGE DISTRIBUTION OF CASES. Local cases from May 1-June 19 (age data for cases lag by a day), including those with missing locations. Only a single category is provided for ages >70, which constitute 14% of all cases. DATA ➡️ data.cdc.gov.tw/en/dataset/ags… 3/6
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TODAY’S (6月19日) #COVID19 update for #Taiwan 🇹🇼
📉127 local + 1 imported cases 📉trend
📉20 deaths 📉trend
📉0.3% test positive rate
📈4.0% case fatality rate (CFR) since May 1
🧪36k tests ⤵️trend
⚠️WORKPLACE MOBILITY remains HIGHER than other outbreak-halting countries ⬇️ 1/6 Image
DAILY TESTS REPORTED. Daily counts are subject to bias, with the fewest tests consistently reported on Mondays. This emphasizes the importance of 7-day averages, not daily values. The mean seems to be slowly rising, even though today's mean dipped. 2/6 Image
DAILY CASES REPORTED (pink bars) and their 7-DAY AVERAGE (pink line), where each day is the mean of itself and the previous six. DEATHS (crimson red bars) are seen at the bottom.
DEATHS AGE DISTRIBUTION for May 1-June 19:
🔴64% are ≥70
🔴26% are 60-69
🔴10% are 30-59 years
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TODAY’S (6月18日) #COVID19 update for #Taiwan 🇹🇼
📈187 local + 1 imported cases 📉trend
📈21 deaths 📉trend
📉0.4% test positive rate
📈3.9% case fatality rate (CFR) since May 1
🧪42k tests 📈capacity
💡Good to see a record high tests (42.2k) and record low positivity (0.4%). 1/6 Image
DAILY CASES REPORTED (pink bars) and their 7-DAY AVERAGE (pink line), where each day is the mean of itself and the previous six. DEATHS (crimson red bars) are seen at the bottom.
DEATHS AGE DISTRIBUTION for May 1-June 18:
🔴64% are ≥70
🔴26% are 60-69
🔴10% are 30-59 years
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AGE DISTRIBUTION OF CASES. Local cases from May 1-June 17 (age data for cases lag by a day), including those with missing locations. Only a single category is provided for ages >70, which constitute 14% of all cases.
DATA ➡️ data.cdc.gov.tw/en/dataset/ags… 3/6 Image
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TODAY’S (6月17日) #COVID19 update for #Taiwan 🇹🇼
📈175 local + 0 imported cases 📉trend
📈19 deaths 📉trend
📉0.5% test positive rate
📈3.8% case fatality rate (CFR) since May 1
🧪36k tests 📈capacity
💡Good to see concurrent downward trends in cases, deaths, and positivity. 1/6
DAILY CASES REPORTED (pink bars) and their 7-DAY AVERAGE (pink line), where each day is the mean of itself and the previous six. Reported DEATHS (crimson red bars) are seen at the bottom. For deaths from May 1-June 17:
🔴64% are ≥70
🔴26% are 60-69
🔴10% are 30-59 years old
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AGE DISTRIBUTION OF CASES. Local cases from May 1-June 16 (age data for cases lag by a day), including those with missing locations. Only a single category is provided for ages >70, which constitute 14% of all cases. ➡️data.cdc.gov.tw/en/dataset/ags… 3/6
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中文 version — 6月15日 #Taiwan 🇹🇼 #COVID19 update.
今日(6/15)的疫情圖表,翻譯了中文版,共六張圖:
1⃣ 篩檢量能的趨勢,並與確診數做比較列出陽性率
🙏 謝謝 @mitchlinmusic 翻譯! (如果中文有錯,請跟我們說!)
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2⃣ 確診數趨勢 (當日公布數版本)
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3⃣ 各年齡層確診累計分配圖
3/5 Image
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TODAY’S (6月15日) #COVID19 update for #Taiwan 🇹🇼
📉132 local + 3 imported cases, 📉trend
📉8 deaths, 📉trend
📉0.8% test positive rate
📈3.7% case fatality rate (CFR) since May 1
⬆️18k tests, ⬇️trend
💡Low test numbers for a Tuesday, w/ capacity trending DOWN given holiday. 1/5 Image
DAILY CASES REPORTED (pink bars) and their 7-DAY AVERAGE (pink line), where each day is the mean of itself and the previous six. Reported DEATHS (crimson red bars) are seen at the bottom. For deaths from May 1-June 15:
🔴63% are >70
🔴27% are 60-69
🔴10% are 30-59 years old
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AGE DISTRIBUTION OF CASES. Local cases from May 1-June 14 (age data for cases lag by a day), including those with missing locations. Only a single category is provided for ages >70, which constitute 14% of all cases. ➡️data.cdc.gov.tw/en/dataset/ags… 3/5 Image
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 06/02/2021 greeneracresvaluenetwork.wordpress.com/2021/06/02/dai…
From Tragedy to Hesitancy: How Public Health Failures Boosted COVID-19 Vaccine Scepticism

nakedcapitalism.com/2021/06/from-t…

#PublicHealth #COVID19 #vaccines #skepticism #LessonsLearned
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1/🧵People quitting instead of coming back to offices is very real

Amazing for startups who will recruit the most talented folks who are well paid (some might say overpaid) at big companies—but who will take significantly less in order to work from home #remotework #WorkFromHome
2/Executives have figured out how to manage remote workers so well, that they will need 20% less of them. basically, low performers “have nowhere to hide” in a remote world where folks do an SOD and EOD (start of day and end of day) on SLACK
3/plus 20% less overall cost of maintaining an office, which even if you do offsite meetings will still be 10-15% savings
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