Your faithful editor is part of a prospective jury pool: I'm sitting here in an undisclosed court location in my hometown (I don't want to cross a line in terms of disclosure) waiting to see if I get a) called, b) screened, c) put on a jury. Since we live in the 21st century, there's Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity in a work room in the jury area. Delightful. You'll see possibly less news from this site over the next few days.
Update: Luckily or unluckily, I've been excused. I went through one voir dire, which was fascinating, wasn't challenged on any basis, and then had a number higher than the number of jurors and alternates they enpaneled. And then they said, buh bye. It was a great look into one of democracy's greatest gifts: public trials by jury.