DISCUSSED : Merlin has discovered a unique new voice emerging from the medical and spiritual communities; your hosts interrogate the implications of this new material; Dan and Merlin have media recommendations; as a main topic, your hosts explore the many, intertwined complexities of trying to figure out "the future" right now.
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Walls Are Back - The Atlantic
Personal space is finally back in style, but re-creating it after two decades of its destruction is hardly a straightforward task.
Parents are furious that schools can’t reopen - The Washington Post
I can’t be the only parent who finds containing my anger about this to be a full-time job on top of the two I’m already performing poorly.
America’s Schools Are a Moral and Medical Catastrophe
Companies are quickly learning lessons about the varied necessities of remote work, from appropriate tools to new styles of management. Fortunes may be won or lost as innovators and upstarts bet on what best suits a homebound workforce.
9 Future of Work Trends Post-COVID-19
As the pandemic resets major work trends, HR leaders need to rethink workforce and employee planning, management, performance and experience strategies.
The future of work after COVID-19 | Deloitte Insights
As they stage the return to work, organizations need to ask themselves critical questions to help them prepare for the perceived and actual ethical impacts of business decisions.
Watch the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World cast reunite for 10th anniversary table read | EW.com
Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Chris Evans, director Edgar Wright, and more got together for the special event.
Gerald McRaney - Wikipedia
Note: Gerald McRaney is not David McRaney