The New Yorker: The Group Making Beautiful Quarantine Songs on a Barcelona Rooftop. “Each song requires multiple takes, and hours of preparation. The degree of difficulty increases every day. How many puns can you invent about a pandemic?” (That question falls directly into my wheelhouse.)

+ Group 3D prints masks for healthcare workers in Upper Michigan.

+ After a hospital put out a call for protective gear, three friends developed a product in a few days. Their design is now being manufactured by Ford.

+ ‘Inspired by necessity’: Madison pediatrician invents barrier to keep providers safe.

+ 3D-printer companies build face shields, masks, and more.

+ A movie theater owner is selling curbside popcorn to pay his employees. (Or, why I wish I lived within walking distance of Fairfax, Va…)

+ Hockey equipment maker Bauer producing protective shields to assist medical staff. (Nice to see so many companies that give a flying puck!)