Covid-19 has tested our health care, our economy and our faith. Who’d have thought it would also require a crash course in personal technology?
When the coronavirus first started upending our lives in March, I wrote about the apps, websites and services that made it possible to never leave my home. Grocery deliveries, streaming movies and video calls were “hermit tech,” I joked.
Ten months into the pandemic, hundreds of millions of Americans now rely on this tech to work from home, attend virtual school, see the doctor, go to the movies and just get our hands on some toilet paper. Not long ago, most of those were tech pipe dreams – businesses with limited reach beyond bubbles like San Francisco.
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