A lot of people seem to have put the time once spent on commuting to the day job to new use in finding things to finger-wag about. Websites that were once fun places to visit to read about current events or technology news have devolved into editorials where authors stand on soap boxes to point out every fault and failure made by someone else, as though their sense of moral superiority and tunnel-visioned hindsight provides the necessary shield to deflect any examination of any decisions they've made over the course of their lifetime. Nobody and nothing is safe from these public admonitions and heaven forbid the author has more than a few hundred fellow finger-waggers to propagate the message in the hopes of "going viral" during this COVID-tainted year.

The implication contained in many of these rushed soliloquies is clear: despite all the good that has been witnessed over the course of 2020, everything is bad.

While it's incredibly unlikely, I do hope that people quickly tire of spending their days finding fault in the efforts of others and instead aim to improve things through cooperation and collaboration. Anyone can point out what's wrong with something, but this is rarely useful. Offering potential solutions, however, can sometimes lead to a world-changing transformation.