Corona Part II: the sequel you never knew you had to read until now
The Corona virus may have changed a lot of things, but it hasn't changed the internet's ability to have a laugh
The one thing I absolutely love about the internet is that it makes it easy for us to take something that is very serious and laugh about it. Case in point, the Corona virus. While it is very serious, and you should definitely wash your hands often and not be an idiot, there is no reason not to see the lighter side of it, have a laugh and in some cases actually learn something. And now for this week’s edition of Bytesized that focuses on COVID-19. Again.
In locked down Wuhan, teachers use an app called DingTalk to set homework. Kids realised if it got enough one-star reviews it would be removed from App Store. Thousands of reviews flooded in, and DingTalk’s rating fell from 4.9 to 1.4 overnight. Legends. https://t.co/HGjZhVfgUa
the human has been working from home the last couple days. and every so often. they let me participate in the video calls. all the other humans cheer when they see me. i am the only thing holding their company together
And here are some tips if you have to work from home
I see that “tips for working from home” is bouncing around.
It’s simple really. -Create a good work space, ideally a nest made of newspaper and bile. -Only leave every 30 years to harvest and eat people’s liver. -Remain young and keep your ability to squeeze into small spaces.
Being the classy individual that I am, I also wanted to know what f*ck would look like in colour. And just in case you were also wondering…
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