This Is Where We Are Now
Computing Forever explores the response to coronavirus in Ireland, the Isle of Man and across the United Kingdom. Travel restrictions and lockdowns are the norm, sometimes quite stringent and draconian.
The Isle of Man, with a population around 80,000, has more freedoms than other regions, but this comes after some rather heavy battering down of the people by authorities. The question remains: Are these residents really free? Or have they just become more docile after all the harassment?