I have come to love Zoom ever since the COVID-19 crisis hit our country. Who hasn’t?
I learned how to use it in April, when my church decided to conduct some small group Bible studies using the platform. I joined one of the studies, and when I signed up, I was emailed instructions on how to use Zoom. I learned rather quickly. I use it on my iPhone and, amusingly, I find it a lot like watching The Brady Bunch, with everyone in their own square.
My husband will soon start using Zoom on his phone (Android platform) to participate in a different Bible study. I plan to be around to help him as much as I can, as he has never used Zoom before.
In two days I have a Zoom interview with a woman from my grad school alma mater who helps scientific investigators with their grant applications. It seems that I did an impressive enough job on the one grant proposal that I edited in March for a researcher in their Biochemistry department that the school would like me to edit more of them.
I am preparing for the interview, or rather, I have already prepared, and have only to look over the notes I made for it. I am very excited about this opportunity, and I hope to let you all know next week how it went.