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#14 - “Normal” Business Hours

In this episode of the Archispeak Podcast we discuss the blurring of the line between “normal” business hours, being available all the time, and boundaries in a world where the growing trend is to be hyper-connected and always available at the client's (and the office's) beck and call.

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Music

The music for this episode is Wanderlust by System Kid. You can buy their music on iTunes. Support the band!

 

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