Outstanding news happening right now

This is our attempt to remind our guests that behind all there’s still a lot of outstanding news happening right now around the globe.


These are the five pieces of news that we liked the most:

You can now access 1.4 Million books for free thanks to the Internet Archive.

The Internet Archive is temporarily eliminating waitlists for tons of ebooks to create a National Emergency Library open to anyone with an internet connection.

The ozone layer is healing and redirecting wind flows around the globe

The hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica is continuing to recover and it is leading to changes in atmospheric circulation.

Restaurants are giving away free food and coffee to hospital staffers

As a means of expressing their gratitude towards the healthcare employees working on the frontlines to combat the novel coronavirus crisis, these businesses and restaurant chains are offering up tons of free goodies to hospital staffers and emergency responders.

Ruthless school choir stages direct assault on human heart, performs canceled concert remotely.

In a video posted to the YouTube channel for California’s Chino Valley Unified School District, these young singers staged a merciless assault on the human heart, individually recording their individual parts of an a capella arrangement of the late Israel Kamakawiwoʻole’s take on “Over The Rainbow.”

Technology against coronavirus

Researchers, businesses, and innovators around the world are putting technology to work to alleviate the effects of the global health crisis.

We truly believe that if you think positive, positive things will happen.