Earlier this week, Jessica Mauerhan located herself in possession of two commodities that have not too long ago developed scarce: a box of antiviral masks and a Logitech webcam.
Mauerhan, a program engineer centered in McKinney, Texas, donated the masks to her nearby midwife’s place of work so they could go on providing toddlers. She gave the webcam to a neighbor so he could start out doing the job from home.
“Both supplied to carry me bathroom paper as payment,” she tweeted. “What a world we dwell in now.”
Logitech webcams and other low cost video conferencing devices have mostly