126 episodes

A small podcast about life in quarantine.

Back to Normal Rob Attrell

    • Society & Culture

A small podcast about life in quarantine.

    WWDC 2021 Highlights

    WWDC 2021 Highlights

    This week I go over my favourite features of the new betas of iOS 15 on the iPhone and iPad. I’m a big fan of Apple and this year they continue to push the envelope on new abilities to keep your information private, as well as let you connect with your friends and your information… Continue reading 126 – WWDC 2021 Highlights

    • 22 min
    Extremely Well Designed

    Extremely Well Designed

    This week, the second dose rollout has accelerated by almost a month, from an already accelerated timeline, and I discuss some vaccine hesitancy, along with why I trust these vaccines. I also give a work update with some exciting news.

    • 19 min
    2nd Dose Summer

    2nd Dose Summer

    In this episode, I’ll be going through the 2nd dose vaccine rollout plan, and sharing a normal(?) story about a trip to the playground.

    • 19 min
    Is There a Step 0?

    Is There a Step 0?

    This week, I talk through the Roadmap to Reopen the province of Ontario, all the way from the end of the Stay at Home and Emergency Break orders, through Steps 1-3 of the reopening plan. It’s all very confusing and definitely warrants an episode to talk it out. Ontario Releases Three-Step Roadmap to Safely Reopen… Continue reading 123 – Is There a Step 0?

    • 21 min
    One Dose Summer

    One Dose Summer

    In this episode, I discuss the process of getting a vaccine, post-vaccine effects, along with the Canadian public health guidance on what getting back to normal looks like. I also delve a little in to a new internal job posting at NSERC and what that might mean for my work in the future.

    • 20 min
    Vaccination Day

    Vaccination Day

    Accelerated timelines indeed, it’s vaccination day today and all I’m feeling is guilt because this government has such a hard time being specific.

    • 14 min

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