WHO: “No evidence that the epidemic is being brought under control…”

Update: Dallas Healthcare Worker Following Full CDC-recommended Procedures Tests Positive for Ebola…. October 12, 2014 (Updated) Global Language Monitor’s Ebola Tracker, a Language and Logic (LAL) assessment the various announcements, updates and projections issued by the World Health Organization (WHO), the CDC, and the UN focuses on the WHO: Ebola Response Roadmap Situation Report issued on 8 […]

Ebola-Tracker: Many Targets and Deadlines Announced by WHO, UN, and CDC Pass Without Comment

“A medical blitzkrieg across national boundaries” Ebola-Tracker: Many Targets and Deadlines Announced by WHO and CDC Pass Without Comment October 2, 2014  Global Language Monitor’s Ebola Tracker, a Language and Logic (LAL) assessment the various announcements, updates and projections issued by the World Health Organization (WHO), the CDC, and the UN are passing without comment. […]

Ebola Worst Case Scenario: 1 Billion cases by August 2015?

Worst Case Scenario: 1 Billion cases by August 2015 September 24, 2014  Global Language Monitor’s Ebola Tracker’s analysis from the CDC’s Worst Case Scenario: 1 Billion cases by August 1, 2015 with a greater than 50fatality rate.  The current fatality rate is about 71% according to the CDC.  This is a basic mathematical extrapolation from Atlanta’s […]

Ebola-Tracker: Language and Logic (LAL)-based Assessment of the Ebola Pandemic

The Ebola-tracker is the Big Data language analysis of the official numbers and updates released by the World Health Organization (and the CDC) and the conversations surrounding the numbers by various  experts in various fields.. GLM’s Analysis is a Language and Logic (LAL)-based assessment of the WHO and CDC numbers.  When projections come from other organizations, […]

“All Things New York City” are the Top Fashion Buzzwords of 2014

TheSeventh Annual Analysis by the Global Language Monitor   NEW YORK, September 12, 2014 –​ “All things New York” has been named the Top Fashion Buzzword for 2014, in the Global Language Monitorsseventh annual ranking.  Attitude, RedsUnderbut(t) and Visible Panty Lines (VPLfollow.  Boyfriend Jeans,  Side Boobs, The Kardashian Clan, Robe-style Coatsand Pastels follow.   Read Vanessa […]

Shut out at the Emmys, True Detective’s “Time is a flat circle” Wins Top Television Words of the Year Award

11th Annual Analysis by the Global Language Monitor AUSTIN, Texas, Labor Day Weekend, 2014 —  “Time is a flat circle” from True Detective’s Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaugheyare The Top Word(s) from Television that influenced the English language from the 2013-2014 season.   The Top Telewords Awards are announced in conjunction with the Prime Time Emmy awards at the […]

“Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” and “No Justice, No Peace” and are the Top Trending Phrases of the Year

  “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” and “No Justice, No Peace” and  are the Top Trending Phrases of the Year   New Haven, CT August 22, 2014 — “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” and “No Justice, No Peace” are the Top Trending Phrases of 2014according to the Global Language Monitor, which has been tracking major shifts in English […]

MIT has a 3-Peat as the Top University Brand; College Rankings from the Consumers’ Point of View

Top 400 US College and University Brands for 2014, 9th Edition, by the Global Language Monitor Methodology:  For this analysis, the Global Language Monitor used its proprietary Brand Affiliation Index (BAI), the same technology used to measure global brand equity for the Olympics, World Cup, the Fortune 500, and others.  This exclusive, GLM longitudinal-study encompasses the prior […]

Top 200 US College Brands, 2014 by the Global Language Monitor

Top 200 US College Brands 2014 by the Global Language Monitor   Methodology:  For this analysis, the Global Language Monitor used its proprietary Brand Affiliation Index (BAI), the same technology used to measure global brand equity for the Olympics, World Cup, the Fortune 500, and others.  This exclusive, GLM longitudinal-study encompasses the prior three years to better assess […]

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