Five unwanted Friday links

The handball masters are underway in Hungary. Last night it turned into a victory over another foreign team. Many consider the Danish men to be favorites to snatch the gold when the final is played in a few weeks in Budapest. Before the start of the tournament, there has been a lot of talk.

The talk has of course been about handball, the form of the day and the mood of the Danish ironmen. But it has certainly also been about corona, infection and isolation. Oh boy. That corona really manages to fill in the media and with us when we small talk with family, neighbors, colleagues and office mates.

In fact, on a daily basis, one should make up in time how many minutes one has spent on either talking about or thinking about the corona. It’s there all the time. A walk through Svendborg tells sytraks that corona is among us. This can be seen on the shops’ front doors, where signs say that “here we use face masks”.

But also when passing other citizens. Some of them wear bandages. In fact, a completely unthinkable situation quite recently. I still remember my trips to the capital, where I was repeatedly amazed that Asian tourists in Copenhagen wore bandages. – That’s nonsense, I thought.

Bandage in the pocket

Today, having a mouthpiece in your pocket is almost routine and automatic. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either, Looks like BT aint for me either. Then it will be replaced the next morning. I call it a one-day mouthpiece.

Well, the weekend is calling and we’re going for a birthday. That’s why my wife named Lone and I decided to get tested. Not because we think we have corona. No symptoms. And we have not been near infected people. We think so.

But for everyone’s sake, let’s get tested. And we also hope that others who want to be with us have control over their corona status. Whether they can be tested or not is people’s own choice. This is also the case with the vaccine. But a responsible and considerate behavior towards other people is mandatory. In my world.

Friday’s links bring us closer to judgments in Denmark, a free alternative to Microsoft Project, online meetings, the Royal Family and the European Handball Championship.

https://domsdatabasen.dk: Then a verdict has been handed down. You can read it in its full length on this new site, which contains decisions in the Danish courtrooms.

https://meet.jit.si: Here is a free alternative to all the brains smart online chat systems, where you hold one online meeting after another.

https://www.projectlibre.com: Here you get an open source alternative to Microsoft Project.

https://www.kongehuset.dk: Nettips.dk congratulates.

https://www.eurohandball.com: Live update during the European Handball Championship for men.


Source: Nettips.dk by nettips.dk.

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