My Unusually Normal Life in Taiwan Amid the Global Pandemic by Tim Culpan (bloomberg.com)
As videos circulated of rebellious Americans refusing the most basic of precautions under the pretense of freedom, Taiwan shook its collective head and nodded at what real freedom looked like: the ability to have a drink at a bar without fear of catching a deadly airborne illness.

I get this same feeling, even from Japan. I wish the government hadn’t let the Olympics dictate their lack of action – we could have been the same as Taiwan and New Zealand.

Planning to buy a car soon (probably an EV). Using Org mode to collect my research and the inline spreadsheet mode makes it suuper easy to make tables with formulas in the appropriate cell all with plain text.