Why Twitter not ‘just a platform’

Poll: How likely are you to use a cell phone-based contact tracing system?

From NPR.org: Contact tracing is used all over the world. It’s based on the knowledge that someone with a contagious disease will infect a certain number of people. With the coronavirus, it’s likely two or three. So the goal is to track down anyone in recent contact with a newly diagnosed patient, then monitor the … Read more

Colors of Crows

A poem By Sophie T. Bono, a 14 year old American girl living in
Rome during the pandemic

75 Years Later, Germany Has Learned the Wrong Lessons From World War II

On May 8, 1945, Nazi Germany surrendered to the Allies, ending World War II in Europe. Since then, Germany has clearly changed for the better, becoming a liberal, flourishing democracy. But exactly 75 years later, on VE Day, Germany has learned the wrong lessons from World War II — to the delight of today’s tyrants.