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 of language, meaning, and truth that words give to our human culture. Are people still as curious about meaning and language, even against a backdrop of ‘fake news’... Continue Reading →
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.
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 with sleeping in and staying under the covers doing the ultimate time suck – scrolling social media. As I spent the hours on Twitter (growing... Continue Reading →
If a Social Media stunt was alone in a forest, would anyone hear it?
Remember the early days of social media? When done well, it can deepen existing relationships, forge new ones, and entertain and delight. But it has definitely turned on itself. A fun story from the past, when social media could still be fun instead of the toxic burn pit it is now. In 2013, Mashable reported... Continue Reading →
Ain’t everybody got time for this?!
Years ago, a group of three women in Ohio stormed into a Victoria's Secret store and stole 62 bras. They were in and out so quickly that they still haven't been apprehended (or shall I say, “busted”?! 😉 One of the women was, however, caught on the shopping mall security camera (pictured above). What caught... Continue Reading →