Recommended Reading June 1, 2020.
Smart thermometers could be the secret to reopening schools. A program designed to help school nurses and parents understand virus spread in classrooms is already in 10% of elementary schools. Could it help them reopen faster? By Ruth Reader on the Fast Company Website.
Can the Restaurant Industry Be Saved? Daniel Humm ran a three-star Michelin kitchen. Now, it’s a commissary for frontline workers — and he just may keep it that way. By Ryan Bort on the RollingStone Website.
Jerry Stiller’s Greatest ‘Seinfeld’ Moments. The man behind Frank Costanza died on Monday morning at the age of 92. In his honor, we recount his greatest performances as the hollering, red-faced, Steinbrenner-hating father. By The Ringer Staff on the Ringer Website.
Founding Mothers of Professional Surfing. Lauren L. Hill on the early trailblazers who fought for equal pay and established the sport on a global scale. By Lauren L. Hill on the Gestalten Website.
The First Shot: Inside the Covid Vaccine Fast Track. The very first vaccine candidate entered human trials—and Neal Browning’s arm—on March 16. Behind the scenes at Moderna and the beginning of an unprecedented global sprint.. By Brooke Jarvis on the Wired Website.
Thousands Are Headed to Alaska’s Fishing Towns. So Is the Virus. As the famed Copper River salmon season begins, isolated fishing towns are bracing for an influx of workers and their first brush with the coronavirus. By Mike Baker on the New York Times Website.
Inside the cleaner (but less convenient) McDonald’s of the future. COVID-19 will change what it’s like to eat at a McDonald’s so much that maybe we’ll just stick to drive-through, By Mark Wilson on the Fast Company Website.
How I Became a Backyard Birdwatcher. These are the tools you need to get started. By Aleta Burchyski on the Outside Website.
A Virtual DJ, a Drone, and an All-Out Zoom Wedding. The bride and groom had a month and a half to move their ceremony online. Here’s how they did it, from the AV setup to instructions for guests. By Nicole Pajer on the Wired Website
Running in the Age of Coronavirus. More than 40 years ago, pioneering author Jim Fixx’s best-selling book brought jogging to the masses, espousing its physical and emotional benefits. Now, those themes resonate more than ever with a homebound society. By Chris Ballard on the Sports Illustrated Website.