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    1. What The Hell Even Is A Computer? Let This Artist Explain

      What The Hell Even Is A Computer? Let This Artist Explain

      Computers have become an unavoidable, intrinsic, indivisible part of culture. And yet, every few years, our culture feels the need to slap itself in the face, Macaulay-Culkin-in-Home-Alone-style , and re-ask itself: Wait, what the fuck are we actually talking about when we talk about “computers,” again? Like, what does that word even mean? Okay: No, you don’t know what it means. But it’s not because you’re an idiot.

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    2. At “Lilith Fair For Gen Z,” Inclusion And Diversity Take Center Stage

      At “Lilith Fair For Gen Z,” Inclusion And Diversity Take Center Stage

      “Think Coachella for women,” says Prince Chenoa, founder of content studio and digital teen magazine Galore, “or Lilith Fair for Generation Z.” Chenoa is describing Girl Cult, billed as a “music festival for kickass women.” The event, which he is organizing, is marketed toward progressive teens who want to “come together and create a new vision, with an undying support for equality” in “these confusing times” reads the website.

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    3. How to Write a Mission Statement in 5 Easy Steps

      How to Write a Mission Statement in 5 Easy Steps

      I’ve had a 30-year love-hate relationship with mission statements. I’ve read thousands. I love it when a mission statement defines a business so well that it feels like strategy—which does happen—and I hate it when a mission statement is generic, stale, and completely useless. Which also happens, but not nearly as often. A good mission statement is useful tool for well-run business. It’s the “why” of business strategy.

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    4. Turn Brand Loyalists into Brand Advocates

      Turn Brand Loyalists into Brand Advocates

      Chevy or Ford? Pepsi or Coke? Mac or PC? Burger King or McDonald’s? iPhone or Android? Chances are when reading those questions, you had a polarized response to at least one. “I NEVER would buy a PC. Too unreliable.” “Didn’t you read the report on what McDonald’s does? I wouldn’t eat there if my life depended on it.” Many folks claim that brand loyalty is yet another thing that millennials have killed (insert eye roll here), but what truly drives a customer to say “this is the brand for me.

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    5. 5 Ways to Make Your Small Online Business Appear Bigger

      5 Ways to Make Your Small Online Business Appear Bigger

      While there's nothing wrong with being a small business -- in fact, small businesses are often assumed to have better customer service and considered more trustworthy -- you don't want other people and organizations to confuse your size with a lack of ...

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    6. They're Building a Trump-Centric Movement. But Don't Call It Trumpism

      They're Building a Trump-Centric Movement. But Don't Call It Trumpism

      This small group of renegade thinkers on the right, President Trump represents the foundation of what they hope will be a new conservative movement premised on the inward-looking, America-centric approach his administration is pursuing.

      Just don’t call it Trumpism.

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    7. A bourbon heiress says she was fired from the family business because she's a lesbian

      A bourbon heiress says she was fired from the family business because she's a lesbian

      Bulleit, a Kentucky bourbon and whiskey distiller, is a family company. Even after the brand was bought by international beverage giant Diageo, founder Tom Bulleit employed his daughter, Hollis, who worked on the brand's sales, marketing and innovation ...

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    8. This Three-Word Phrase Is Subtly Undermining Your Authority

      This Three-Word Phrase Is Subtly Undermining Your Authority

      You don’t need to be told why it matters to be transparent and honest at work–that much is a given. So is the overall usefulness of expressing yourself clearly, confidently, and with as few filler words as possible. But in the effort to do that, many of us fall back on common expressions that might sound totally fine in social situations but can do some quiet damage in the workplace.

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