In the early days of the pandemic, digital tools transformed the way people connected to friends, loved ones, even the arts. There were Zoom happy hours with old roommates, Houseparty game nights with distant family members, and virtual reinventions of live performances beamed into living rooms from far-flung cities.
Three years later, all of that has changed. The New York Times is working on an article about those early pandemic digital connections and which virtual rituals and events people actually miss now that the world has entered a new normal. We’d like to hear about your experiences.
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