Young Women Find Their Voice ā€“ By Frying It

Here is a topic that is really interesteeaang. If speech intonation could reverberate in written media that last part would have sounded like a buzzing engine of some sort. Or like a croaking frog. Or like a hidden speech strategy that allows me to gloat standoffishly while you hopefully wait with exuberant anticipation for what I will say next. By letting my sentence fizzle out with a raspy hum I might signal that Iā€™m a true authority on the subject matter....more

Why P&G Changed the Tone of Its Ads This Year

The industry giant's Olympic themed ad shows children in various states of descent. Tumbling on the hardwood floor in diaper-clad bottoms. Balancing their bodies down the ski slope. Hitting the ice in the skating rink. Seeing their Olympic ambitions get crushed on the ice. We see kids crying from bruises, from shivering cold and from disappointment. Moms wiping tears and pulling them back up. The producer of the global brand called Pampers seems to suggest that it is falling, not pampering, that makes us stronger. ...more
YES! I just read "Free-Range Kids" and couldn't agree more with its premises!more