How Language Trends are Reflecting Societal Changes

This is part 3 of a 3-part interview series with Liz McMillan, CEO of Dictionary.com. We sat down together at the Collision Conference in New Orleans to discuss the importance of language, meaning, and […]

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Language Culture, AI, and how Millennials are Changing the Rules

This is part 2 of a 3-part interview series with Liz McMillan, CEO of Dictionary.com. We sat down together at the Collision Conference in New Orleans to discuss the importance of language, meaning, and truth that words give to our human culture.

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Language, Words, and Truth: What Does It All Mean?

This is part 1 of a 3-part interview series with Liz McMillan, CEO of Dictionary.com. We sat down together at the Collision Conference in New Orleans to discuss the importance […]

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That time you discovered that you rank #1 on Google for something you really care about but weren’t trying to

#Longesttitleever. It’s St. Patrick’s Day today, so celebration and conversations about luck are in the air. But it’s rainy here, and unseasonably cold in Northern California, so my Saturday started […]

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Sexist sells? Not anymore.

Advertising is the hardest form of storytelling. For television, in just 30 seconds, there needs to be a beginning, middle and end, all while making the brand the hero of […]

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Video review of “21 Reasons Creativity is Like Sex” by Forbes Columnist Mark Fidelman

Thank you Mark Fidelman for the GREAT and well-produced video review of my book! You nailed my intentions of “you actually might learn something!” on the head #TWSS To grab […]

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SXSW: Where serendipity leads to #H2H awesomeness

I have now (mostly) recovered from SXSW and am having so much fun rehashing (rehashtagging?) all the fun that went down last week in Austin. For us, it’s a chance […]

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Is Discomfort the New Way Forward?

Isn’t our expectation of companies today to predict the future? To invent what we don’t know we need, to know what we’re thinking before we think it, to give us what […]

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A Post from Your Future, Vanessa: 23 Things to Do Instead of Getting Engaged When You’re 23 (Edited by a 44-year old)

Today, Travel Blogger and Huffington Post Contributor Vanessa Elizabeth posted a very honest (and well-written) perspective piece about the benefits of staying single into your 20s and 30s, and featured […]

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If a Social Media Stunt was Alone in a Forest, Would Anyone Hear it?

I love social media. When done well, it can deepen existing relationships, forge new ones, and entertain and delight. But does anyone else feel like it’s starting to turn on […]

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