Ever wished you could climb inside someone else’s head? To understand them better? Or to escape?
People respond to our pandemic-imposed retreat online by designing and curating their own digital dwellings.
We could all use a hug right about now.
Dave finds himself with no choice but to trust a group of strangers to keep him alive. Esther tries to buy a dog online, and it all goes wrong.
A former nurse, who witnessed discrimination against HIV patients, contracts the disease and begins experiencing discrimination herself. And a science journalist becomes the subject of her own bushfire reporting.
Stories of uncovering ancestry.
Stories about connecting with friends and family from a distance — by sharing music, memories and ramen.
Stories of people reaching in, to find the right words, and reaching out, to start a difficult conversation.
Far from being “all in this together,” we’ve seen the pandemic highlight social inequality in our communities.