Apr 12, 2022
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The latest episode in our four-part podcast series exploring our "new normal" - with life lived entirely at home. "Home is where the heart is", as the saying goes. And for now, that's where you'll find the office and the school as well as the shops and the concerts. HOME is a four-part special series on Inside Intercom that explores how people in many industries and countries manage to Latest Mailing Database persevere with the help of technology. When all is said and done, we will have covered the following topics: Health and wellness - how do people stay healthy in mind and body ?Off the clock – how do people socialize and what tools help them? market – how are businesses coping with the move online. Last week, we looked at the rush to move brick-and-mortar retail online. This week, our latest episode looks at how people entertain themselves when they can't leave the house. Drawing a clear line between work and play has become a difficult thing to navigate for those of us who work and live in the same space. But separating the two is more important than ever in the Latest Mailing Database absence of physical boundaries. From streaming your favorite TV shows to reading a good book, there are myriad leisure opportunities, especially since there is more time without commuting. But what about the people who produce this entertainment? How has the crisis affected the way these creators entertain us. Eosin Nolan , principal engineer at Intercom and creator of Venmo's. Mark O'Connell , author of Notes from an Apocalypse and To Latest Mailing Database Be a Machine. Phil Jones, Director of International Relations and Artist Management at Park The Van Records + Management. If you like conversation, watch more episodes of our podcast. You can subscribe on iTunes , stream on Spotify , or grab the RSS feed in your reader of choice. We've also put together an accompanying guide to the episode, which you can read below. Publication in the event of a pandemic While many huddle virtually and co-watch their favorite shows or turn to comedy to get through anxious times, others dive into a sea of ink on printed pages.