Zoom, Lino Cuts And Digital Exclusion

22 Apr

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Today was a mixed bag with Zoom meetings (how quickly have we taken to Zoom?), an allotment visit, finished cutting a small lino block and marked up two more, made soup and biscuits and then had an hysterical family ‘pub’ quiz on Zoom. It’s been so good to be able to keep in touch through IT, but there are still so many people who don’t have that option and are going through the lockdown alone.

There’s a lot of work going on in this city to get homeless people into housing and to support those who are isolated, but this emergency has highlighted how many rely on libraries or others to connect to the Internet. Some people are living on their own, shopping on their own, going out to exercise on their own, without the Internet, without human contact, week after week. Digital exclusion doesn’t just affect people’s life chances but also their health.



Tunnocks Teacakes. No reason, they just look nice.

5 Responses to “Zoom, Lino Cuts And Digital Exclusion”

  1. Leonie Andrews April 24, 2020 at 07:17 #

    They just look nice. Reason enough.

  2. Alli Farkas April 23, 2020 at 20:49 #

    If it’s dark chocolate, I’ll take all of them please.

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