Before the pandemic, roughly two-thirds of all social interactions were face-to-face. Not anymore. Those of us following the rules of social distancing (hope that’s everyone) still talk in person with the people we live with and maybe with a friend or two we have allowed into our pods. There is the occasional chat with the cashier at the grocery store. Most everything else—work conversation, book clubs, dinner parties, joking around at the gym—has disappeared or moved online. That has left nearly all of us yearning for more social connection. How do we sustain a healthy and happy social life through technology?