5-31-2021 Update: Per recent guidance from the CDC, MAAP will start to slowly resume In-Person and Virtual events. As we make this transition, we will continue to follow all required Local, State, and Federal guidelines. Stay tuned for more updates.
Open discussion for people in science, technology, engineering, math, chemistry and other hard sciences.
Here's an interesting chicken-and-egg question: did technology make social distancing so much easier that this is the first modern pandemic where social distancing is being enforced? https://www.cato.org/blog/technology-makes-social-distancing-easier
Here's how tech is keeping us sane while we stay home. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/paloma/the-technology-202/2020/03/27/the-technology-202-here-s-how-tech-is-keeping-us-sane-while-we-stay-home/5e7cec8888e0fa101a753652/
While you're stuck at home, why not invent some math to bedevil students for generations to come?! What's better, differential or integral calculus? https://fee.org/articles/how-isaac-newton-turned-isolation-from-the-great-plague-into-a-year-of-wonders/
Um, does anyone still remember COBOL? https://thehill.com/homenews/news/491526-nj-seeking-help-from-cobol-programmers-in-coronavirus-fight?amp
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