For many of us Zoom has become a way of life. The tool has its discontents, but I have pretty much made my peace with it.
This week marked a milestone of sorts because it contained two days in which I participated in three Zooms each day.
On Thursday it was my book group, a coffee hour with friends back in Massachusetts, and teatime with members of my tech posse. Today was a virtual church service, a tutoring session for a potential new contributor to this blog, and a meeting devoted to reassuring a web hosting client who was in receipt of a threatening (but completely bogus) email from a scammer.
We take our satisfactions where we can find them in these hunkered-down times. Three Zooms in a day feels like something accomplished, besides the very real human contact it offers.