What’s it like in our cities? I bet there’ve been a ton of localised changes and I’m really curious about how people’s experiences intersect.
Paris is starting to look like I Am Legend. Eerily quiet and virtually no one on the streets, even in the busy 3eme arrondisement. The loudest sound is strangely regimented: when people open their windows and clap for medical workers at 8pm. It feels almost like a Cuckoo clock with the birds popping out to announce the hour.
Grocery stores are about all that remain open and even for that you queue up outside and wait to be let in. Normally such a convivial place that’s packed-in everywhere you go, it makes me wonder about the future and the cultural tradeoffs between human proximity and hygiene.
@derek what’s it like in Denver?