We (Volunteers from DataMeet and Road Scholarz) are recording deaths due to the lack of Oxygen, shortage of Oxygen, or denial of Oxygen in hospitals during the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in India. The deaths recorded are based on reports from newspapers and news media in English and regional languages, social media, and networks of volunteers working on the ground. We have been tracking these sources, verifying details, checking for duplication, and extracting the necessary information from these reports.
Thejesh GN Blog
My family has recovered. They are doing well now. But It took a lot of time, mind-space, and energy. My productivity went down drastically. Also, my close friends are positive now. It takes quite a bit of energy to focus on when something of this sort is going around, which I have not been able to do.
I believe in continuous learning, even if it’s in small steps. I used quite a few tools for that. Here are three of the most often used tools by me. They help me to remember things, explore and learn by building things. I hope you find them helpful too. What are your favorite learning tools?
I love traveling and trekking 1. At least when riding or driving across India, you would reach a place where you don’t have an internet connection, but you want to figure something out. For example, one time, I thought a spider bit me, and my arm was swollen. We were trying to figure...
I was running Node-RED on an android phone for a while, and then I moved it to dedicated Pi. Now that I have Synology capable of running Docker containers, I thought it would be a great idea to move it there. Mainly because it has unlimited space, and I have a good power backup for it. But unlike other things, I moved to Synology. This wasn’t straightforward.
I sent an email to the announcement group on April 14th but didn’t blog about it here. I should have, especially because many are not on the announcement list. You can join the NMG announcement list by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org; say hello.