Lady GaGa Top Fashion Buzzword for Upcoming Season

Michelle Obama (MObama) Falls from No.2 to No. 15 Austin, TX February 2, 2010 – Lady GaGa, the enigmatic yet near ubiquitous performance artist, was declared the Top Fashion Buzzword of the upcoming season by the Global Language Monitor. This is the first time that a name has topped the GLM’s rankings. Immediately following were …

“Covid-19”, “Work at Home,” and “WHO”: Top Word, Phrase, and Name of the Year 2020 for Worldwide English

The Global Language Monitor Announces that Covid-19 is the Top Word, “Work at Home” the Top Phrase and “WHO” the Top Name of 2020 for the English Language Worldwide   The Global Language Monitor’s twenty-first consecutive global survey since the turn of the 21st century AUSTIN, Texas, November 24, 2020 — The Global Language Monitor (GLM), the data …

“Infodemic” Declared English-language Word by the Global Language Monitor

One of the Fastest Words Ever to be Recognized in Global English March 3, 2020, Austin, Texas — Infodemic has been accepted as an official English-Language word by the Global Language Monitor (GLM), the US-based data research firm. This is among the fastest a word has ever met the minimum criteria for ‘wordhood,’ about six weeks from …

New Words and Neologisms

Adorkable Top Television Word of the Year (Teleword) … from New Girl, Big Bang & Modern Family followed by Shell Shock, Bi-Polar, Dothraki and La Toti . Ninth Annual Analysis by the Global Language Monitor . Austin, Texas, USA. September 25-26, 2012. The Global Language Monitor (GLM) today announced that ‘adorkable’ from New Girl and Big Bang, and Modern Family the Top Teleword of …

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 …

Kate Middleton ‘Brand’ Tops London Olympics Sponsors in New Brand Affiliation Study

The Duchess Effect Meets the London Olympics   Kate previously helps London achieve Top Global Fashion Capital status …  after toppling Lady Gaga for Top Fashion Buzzword Austin, Texas. May 17, 2012.  The Duchess Effect Meets the Summer Games, indeed.  According to the Global Language Monitor’s  London 2012 Ambush Marketing May 15 Update, even the Summer Games are encountering …

Which is the World’s Most Stylist City?

Which is the world’s most stylish city? The Global Language Monitor will be announcing the Top Global Fashion Capitals of the Decade thus far on Tuesday, February 7th, immediately preceding New York City’s Spring Fashion Week. For a quick overview of the Guardian’s overview, please click on the logo below. The Guardian  ‎May 31, 2016‎ The Global …

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Flashback: Gulf Oil Spill and Rise of ‘the Narrative’ in Politics The Importance of Tracking Evolving Narratives . Gulf Oil Spill Vs. Katrina . Obama vs. BP The Lesson of the Gulf Oil Spill narrative is the importance of controlling the narrative, since whoever wins of the narrative, controls the story in terms of political …

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The Various Global Language Monitor Word of the Year Schedules GLM Words of the Year Schedules No. 1, Words, Names and Phrases of 2014 will be announced during the US Thanksgiving Week, Tuesday November 25 No. 2, Top Business Buzzwords (50) will be announced in early December. No.3, Top Words of the Quindecennial of the …

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The Future of Global English (400 Years in the Future) Dec.27,2016 MicroEssay by Paul JJ Payack, September 19,2016 The conquest of Global English is nearly complete. It is impossible to hold back this tide. The Tsunami of English has already swept over the earth. The question now is how to adjust to this new reality. …

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  Top Trending Business Buzzwords for Global English in 2015   The World of Business as Reflected in English Language Buzzwords, Second Edition Austin, Texas, June 17, 2015– The Global Language Monitor has announced the Top Business Buzzwords of the Year, for Global English, the world’s pre-eminent language of commerce. “It is often noted that …

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The Stonehenge Watch The Original Smart Watch for the Neolithic Smart Set! $24.45 Guaranteed Christmas 2015 Delivery! 5,000 Years and Still Ticking! Are Superdelegates Just Another Form of Voter Suppression? Over the last several election cycles charges of ‘voter supression’ are often hurled against what used to be termed the ‘Loyal Opposition’. Most recently, the …

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Katrina Rewind: September 7, 2005 – Originally Published September 7, 2005 – In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina making landfall on the city of New Orleans and environs, we are republishing our original report about the impact of the disaster on the English Language. Media Abounds With Apocalyptic-type References in Coverage of …

GLM 2011 Posts Retrospective

Danger of long-term effects Fukushima fallout little discussed in media   Prevailing view harmless, Opposing views called laced with hysteria AUSTIN, Texas. March 23, 2011. With radioactive elements from Japans Fukushima Daiiachi disaster finally reaching the continental US this week, the Global Language Monitor’s NarrativeTracker has found that the possible long-term dangers of Fukushima Daiiachis …

News

Individual GLM News Items published after September 7, 2008 link here. . Red Bull Top Ambusher at Vancouver;  P&G No. 1 Sponsor of any Kind Most Confusing High Tech Buzzwords of the Decade 2000-2009 Pandora from Avatar Wins Top HollyWord of 2009 Winter Olympics Ambush Marketers Tracked by TrendTopper Lady GaGa Top Fashion Buzzword of …

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Top Words of 2009 Top Word of 2009: Twitter Followed by Obama, H1N1, Stimulus, and Vampire “King of Pop” is Top Phrase; “Obama” is top name Austin, TX November 29, 2009 – The Global Language Monitor has announced that Twitter is the Top Word of 2009 in its annual global survey of the English language. …

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Politics 2016: Fighting the Last War, Again It used to be said, that old soldiers are always fighting the last war. That they are trained in the techniques and strategies that were acquired on battlefields past, and the old lessons don’t always apply to the current fields of battle. In 2016, this lesson does not …