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Shame Is Not Useful in a Pandemic

There’s no ‘right’ way to quarantine

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WWhat will you do with your time in quarantine? Will you optimize your skill set? Will you maximize your time at home by fine-tuning the same professional skills you’ve been fine-tuning for years?

If not, there are a spate of articles I can show you that might make you feel ashamed.

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Patrick Berlinquette

Patrick Berlinquette

Founder of a NY search ad agency (like we need another). Finding humor in marketing tech’s depravity. AdTech writing @ NY Times. patrickberlin08@gmail.com

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