Updated: April 3, 2020
There has been a tremendous amount of content shared about COVID-19. This is a double-edged sword. Not all information, discussion and editorial is grounded in reality.
Here is my “best of” list — an attempt to highlight the best content I’ve come across.
I am open to retractions and/or additions to the list. Contact me — firstname.lastname@example.org
I am not a medical professional. I cannot vouch for the complete accuracy of the information contained in my recommendations. Apply knowledge at your own peril, and please draw your own conclusions.
What makes this list?
If it is on my list, then it meets one or more of the following criteria:
- A friend whom I consider intelligent* recommended it to me.
- A friend whom I consider intelligent* created it.
- It makes a reasonable and logical argument.**
- It comes from a publication that I read regularly (i.e. before the coronavirus hit) and trust.
[*] Intelligence is in the eye of the beholder. An alternate way to articulate this is: I consider an intelligent person to be someone who thinks critically, is willing to consider multiple points of view, and doesn’t hold onto easy or simple narratives at all times.
Happy to have offline discussions about either [*] or [**].
Nature and origins of COVID-19