Flow Radio – Episode 1Harmonie SpaldingLast Updated: October 6, 2014
We’re trying something new. To help you get to know the team behind Flow a bit better, we’re starting a podcast.
It’s relaxed, conversational, and not-too-serious. We loosely follow topics such as technology news, office culture, and what’s going on with the team and its members.
In this first episode, Ian, Kim, and I discuss office botany, Flow, and Apple news. Have a listen and let us know your thoughts.
Subscribe to Flow Radio on Soundcloud, iTunes, and RSS.
This is our first episode; we haven’t produced podcasts before, so it’ll be a little rough to begin with. We’ll aim to release an episode every Thursday, moving forward.
We’re having fun putting this together–hope you enjoy it!
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