Zoom for Dyspraxics

I first realised I hated Zoom early on in the WFH Revolution. Being on Zoom was sunken time — hours a week poured into an activity that felt futile and out-of-focus at the best of times. I often logged out feeling frustrated and drained, like I had achieved little, that I could have used the time better offline.

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As Zoom becomes a ubiquitous and essential technology in the time of COVID-19, the phenomenon of Zoom fatigue

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writing person | occupational therapist | never seen a ghost. I write about food, weird histories, human behavior, and our lives under late capitalism

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Aimee Dyamond

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writing person | occupational therapist | never seen a ghost. I write about food, weird histories, human behavior, and our lives under late capitalism

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