It’s the 51st anniversary of the day humans first set foot on the moon.
I didn’t need to do the math on how many years since, b/c I was born exactly six months after this tremendous historic event. This means two important things:
First, since my birthday (Jan 20th) is the presidential inauguration day, it’s six months until we HOPEFULLY end the on-going disaster that has been POTUS#45.
And, six months after the birthday (Jan 20, 2020) that I turned fifty years old means that today is my half-birthday.
Instead of a song about Monday, here’s my favorite song about space and the exploration of it:
And James Hohmann, host of The Daily 202 – Big Idea podcast from the Washington Post, returned today after two weeks of vacation.
Today’s episode is heartbreaking as he tells the story of a couple of families who’ve lost loved ones to COVID-19 and are angry at how deplorably the U.S. leadership continues to avoid meaningful efforts to curb the death and suffering from the coronavirus.
And here’s the link (which stays the same each day) to “My Paper.li”
The Ed Tech Emergent Daily, Monday July 20thhttps://paper.li/e-1584814795#/ You can bookmark this link!
Here’s my TOP FIVE stories from today’s “My Paper.li”:
[COVER STORY] – “How Long Does COVID-19 Immunity Last?”