Textbook Obama

Textbook Obama New York Magazine, September 21, 2009 Which Presidential Orator Did Obama Mimic for His Health-Care Speech? . According to Paul J. J. Payack, a speech analyst with the Austin-based Global Language Monitor, Obama’s health-care speech this week was constructed at a ninth-grade reading level, which was the level at which Lincoln crafted the …

OK

Most Recognized Word on the Planet: OK or O.K. or Okay U.S. President Martin Van Buren (A.D. 1837–1841) was born in Old Kinderhook, New York. His nickname, Old Kinderhook, was incorporated into his campaign slogan (“Old Kinderhook is O.K.”) and O.K. Democratic Clubs sprung up around the young nation. Van Buren was a founding member …

The Moment and Weaponize: The Top Words of the Year 2018 for Global English

For more information call 1.737.215.7750, or email info@languagemonitor.com or tweet to @Languagemonitor Updated Daily   The Moment: The Top Word of the Year 2018 for Global English (#WOTY) Weaponize: The Top Word of the Year 2018 for the United States, alone. Christmas - New Years Holiday,  2018, Austin, Texas — The Moment is the Top Word of the Year for 2018 …

New York Takes Top Global Fashion Capital Award Paris Falls to No. 4

GLM’s 12th Annual Ranking For Immediate Release For more Information call 1.737.215.7750 or email info@languageMonitor.com New York is First Fashion Capital to Receive over 1 Billion Citations in any Category A Resurgent London Streaks to Second Followed by L.A. Austin, Texas and New York City, September 10, 2018.   New York City has wrested the Top …

The Moment, Weaponize, Opioids; The Top Trending Words of 2018 for Global English

The Top Trending Words of 2018 for Global English The Moment, Weaponize, and OpIoids are The Top Trending Words of 2018 for Global English followed by North Korean Nukes, Woke, Family separation, Trade war, Fake news, Pyeong-Chang, and Represent     July 17, 2018, Austin, Texas —  The Moment is the Top Trending Word of the Year (#WOTY) for 2018, in the latest global analysis by the Global …

A Historical Inflection Point, 2008 and the Genesis of Fake News

      Paul JJ Payack Lecturing on Big Data at the Shanghai Masters Series A decade ago the preconditions were coalescing as an entirely new paradigm for truth, information, and news was bursting forth. This essay is reprinted to perhaps offer a bit of insight into the roots of the phenomenon… Seemingly chaotic events …

Flashback! Top Buzzwords of 2008 Presidential Campaign

  Bailout falls dramatically Experience and Gender Rise in Campaign Buzzword List   ‘Change’ and ’Climate Change’ in a statistical tie for top position Austin, TX, USA October 21, 2008 – In an analysis completed just two weeks before the US Presidential Elections the Global Language Monitor has announced that Change and Climate Change remain in a statistical …

PyeongChang Brand Scorecard: Trump’s ‘Brand’ Leads Ambushers

PyeongChang Brand Scorecard:   Week 1   Donald Trump’s ‘Brand’ Leads Ambushers Korean Companies Come on Strong Analysis of Brand Warfare in the PyeongChang Games Support the Global Language Monitor! Buy details of Brand Warfare that GLM has tracked for last 6 Olympics. Volume Discounts Now Available.     February 14, Austin, Texas —  In a …

Pyeongchang Olympics 2018 (Ambush Marketing) Brand Scorecard Now Available

https://payhip.com/b/jYGQ     The Pyeongchang Olympics 2018 Brand Scorecard is the ultimate guide to the most bitter of all battles being fought on the slopes of Pyeongchang — the billion-dollar battle between and among the various levels of IOC Sponsorship, and the mega battles being fought with the Non-affiliated Marketers (NAMs) and the sponsors themselves. In these pages, you will read about …

GLM TV

BBC America:  ’Millionth English word’ declared A US web monitoring firm has declared the millionth English word to be Web 2.0, a term for the latest generation of web products and services. Matt Frei reports on English’s unique linguistic evolution and then spoke to Global Language Monitor’s Paul Payack who helped find this millionth English …

“Truth” is Top Word of the Year 2017 by The Global Language Monitor

  The Only Analysis for Global English Worldwide 18th annual analysis by the Global Language Monitor “Weinstein Effect” (and #MeToo) is the Top Phrase and Xi Jinping is the Top Name of 2017  Recently, The Global Language Monitor (GLM) announced that Truth is the Word of the Year for 2017. To See the Top Words, Phrases, and Names of 2017, …

A Brief Retrospective on the Nature of Truth and Why It Confuses Us So

 Recently, The Global Language Monitor (GLM) announced that Truth is the Word of the Year for 2017. To See the Top Words, Phrases, and Names of 2017, click here A Brief Retrospective on the Nature of Truth and Why It Confuses Us So To Read How GLM’s Top Words of the Year Record the History of the 21st Century, Thus Far, click …

ObamaSpeak

Textbook Obama New York Magazine, September 21, 2009 Which Presidential Orator Did Obama Mimic for His Health-Care Speech? According to Paul J. J. Payack, a speech analyst with the Austin-based Global Language Monitor, Obama’s health-care speech this week was constructed at a ninth-grade reading level, which was the level at which Lincoln crafted the Gettysburg …

Top Words for the First 15 Years of the 21st Century & What They Portend

                   Recently, The Global Language Monitor (GLM) announced that Truth is the Word of the Year for 2017. To See the Top Words, Phrases, and Names of 2017, click here A Brief Retrospective on the Nature of Truth and Why It Confuses Us So To Read How GLM’s Top Words of the Year Record …

‘Truth’ is Top Word, ‘Weinstein Effect’ the Top Phrase and ‘Xi Jinping’ the Top Name in Global English for 2017

Summary:  “Since the turn of the century, the Global Language Monitor has been naming the words of global English that have had the most profound influence upon the language, the culture, and/or the world of the 21st century,” said Paul JJ Payack, President, and Chief Word Analyst. “GLM ‘s methodology, true to its Silicon Valley heritage, …

About

  In 2003, The Global Language Monitor (GLM) was founded in Silicon Valley by Paul J.J. Payack on the understanding that new technologies and techniques were necessary for truly understanding the world of Big Data, as it is now known. Today, from its home in Austin, Texas GLM provides a number of innovative products and services that …

New York Bests Paris for 2017 Top Global Fashion Capital Title

  Now Ranking the Top 63 Global Fashion Capitals  AUSTIN, Texas, September 2017 —  In another close battle between New York and Paris, New York took four of the five categories to take the Top Global Fashion Capitals crown for 2017.  Since 2011, the Top spot has been traded between New York, Paris, and London, each taking the …

Wikipedia

Global Language Monitor is cited as ’landmark’ in history of Wikipedia in the Wikipedia in culture article on its site. The Wikipedia also cites GLM in many articles as a reference, Including:   Bibliophile Bushism Chinglish English language Fashion capital Jargon Javier Bardem Global Warming Controversy Jargon Jumping the Shark Linguist Okay Political correctness PQI Tom Cruise …

Top Trending Words of the Year 2017 (Mid-year Update) — Tumultuous Words for Tempestuous Times

    The English language well represents the tumultuous and tempestuous world of today.   Excellent Question, Will …   August 2017, Austin, TEXAS, and NEW YORK (Update) — The Global Language Monitor (GLM) today announced the Top Trending Words of the Year (#WOTY) for 2017 (Mid-year Update). The final Top Words of 2017 will be announced on …