Can you believe it's already 2022?
Just kidding, we think it's still 2020, but our sense of time and space is getting wonkier with each passing day. Without segue whatsoever, here are some unsolicited Buildr quarantine recommendations:
Thing to do to get out of someone's way while walking outside and it seems evident that they have no intention of keeping 6 feet away from you:
move over, squat down, and retie your shoe
Dr. Fauci or Dr. Birx gesture the slope of a curve with their hands
Tip your food delivery person:
how the Beatles did everything they did in the span of like 7 years
What's that smell? Oh, the links (construction and non-construction) are ready to come out of the oven. Don't forget to send fresh link ingredients to
Lawyerin' on up (to the East side):
if your jobsite is directly affected by COVID-19 including what you can do now to maximize insurance coverage, and how to interpret that ever-pesky definition of the word "essential."
Construction in WA gets sent to the principal's office:
Speaking of the interpretation of "essential," the governor of Washington had to make
that most of the construction industry was no longer deemed essential (his previous statements left too much wiggle room).
An opinion-piece from the frontlines - a jobsite superintendent explains
why he thinks it's imperative
to shut down all nonessential construction immediately.
Has quarantining given you an itchy "Proceed to Checkout" trigger finger? Here are
going on now.
Sick of reading coronavirus articles (like the previous link) or listening to doom & gloom podcasts where NYT science and health reporter Donald McNeil signs off by apologizing and saying he hopes he's wrong?
Here are some happy nooks around the web
Elton John hosted a (no joke) 12-hour stay-at-home concert featuring a hoard of artists including Alicia Keyes and Billie Eilish playing from their living rooms that
you can watch in its entirety here
Feeling pent up
productive? Please tell us your secrets.
to learn new career skills for free during quarantine.
Speaking of Zoom,
that accidentally had a bunch of silly Facebook AR filters turned on during Mass. If you haven't already done so, do yourself a favor and
to really spruce up your Zooming (if you consider appearing as a baby or a potato "sprucing up").
Keeping our personal space (Jam):
Since everybody's home and needs a new fix now that they finished
its highly anticipated 10-part Michael Jordan documentary "The Last Dance" to April.
CNN's Chris Cuomo (best wishes to him as he just tested positive for COVID-19)
hilariously grills his brother
(New York governor Andrew Cuomo) about a presidential run.
That's all from us for now. Stay tuned next time for more links and a non-ironic apologist viewpoint that ESPN's NBA 2K tournament was compelling television.
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