Being stuck at home during the Spanish Flu pandemic in 1918 must have been dreadful. No TV, not even radio. The only technology that might have been available was the telephone, but even the operators who manually connected the calls fell sick. A hundred years later during the present Covid-19 outbreak, things are completely different. We have big screen TVs, tablets, cellphones, desktops, laptops, WiFi, and the internet to communicate and stay in touch. Read more at Piedmont Lifestyle.