well, well, well… the world is a VERY different place since I started compiling this month’s map. SOOOO strange.
- Worldometer: this is one of a number of reliable places to keep up-to-date stats on the spread of the virus
- The people behind the Kings London Covid19 tracking app – why you should download and use…
- How different countries are responding to the coronavirus crisis
- Earlyish in the Italian lockdown, 30 positive things that happened as a result (amid the gruesome realities)
- That Discomfort you’re feeling is Grief
- BORED? Well, having offered a little list of galleries online a few weeks back, there are one or two more to add:
- The British Museum has the largest INTERNAL space on Google Streetview – so you can explore it online here. They also have 1000s of individual items online.
- and… The Cloud Appreciation Society! You can do this AT HOME!
- The Minecraft Library! I’m not in this subworld, but I just love the idea!
- Andy Crouch – easily the best and most thorough engagement – Love in the Time of Coronavirus
- Jeremy Marshall is astonishing here on facing our mortality (he’s got terminal cancer)
- Best Practice for the Pandemic – from Paul Carter (Canada Gospel Coalition)
- Is this divine judgment? Ian Paul is a very safe pair of hands, as ever, in handling the different viewpoints on this question.
- Speaking of which (sort of), have you ever seen a plague of locusts? Have no illusions, it’s no laughing matter.
- What do we make of the Virtual Communions being held while churches must physically close their buildings? Ian Paul again
- Chris Green has been ever-reliable in this season too – here he is on communicating in a time of chaos
- Love this: accidental Old Masters in modern photographs
- Want to know what 5 cheetahs swimming across a croc-infested river looks like? Sure you do.
- You’ve probably seen the famous photographs – I’d always assumed they were faked. But here is some extraordinary 1929/30 footage of construction workers on New York’s Chrysler Building. Enough to make even me feel vertiginous.