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Podcast episode 27: Virtual upside-down world with Leslie Shannon

We’re turning to video games for both work meetings and staying in touch with family and friends. But after COVID-19, will any of it stick?  Nokia’s trend scouter, Leslie Shannon, explains why she thinks the unexpected ways we’re using technology under quarantine signal a substantial shift in society. Below is a transcript of the conversation. Some parts have been edited for clarity.  Michael Hainsworth: Are we living in the upside-down? Sure feels like it. Most of the world continues to

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