I first met Julia Rosien at the TedxWaterlooWomen event back in December. She was our MC and did a great job hosting the day. Since then, we’ve continued to chat […]continue reading...
I gave my TedxWaterlooWomen talk on December 1, 2012. My topic was Having it all: Why we need better stories about female superheroes. It was a fantastic event. I delivered […]continue reading...
If you went to the office building in North Toronto where I interviewed Amy Martin, product marketing manager for Wattpad.com, on November 12, 2012, you might find that tree mural […]
Twitter sometimes starts conversations you don’t expect.Which in turn can produce unexpected, real-world results. The other day, I noticed an interesting tweet from @Jenna_Goudreau who writes for @Forbes and @Forbes […]
Sometimes, you have to push yourself to do somewhat terrifying things. I’m doing that December 1. I’ll be on the speaker bill for TedxWaterlooWomen (I’ve submitted my bio, but it’s […]
The thing I like most about Twitter: it’s easy to keep tabs on conversations I don’t follow directly, like formal scholarship about communications. The thing that makes me wildly irritable […]
Dear Walmart of America: We need to talk. I get that you have corporate policies. It makes decisions like “where do I put the price sticker on the book cover” […]
Last October, Vee Popat achieved every marketer’s dream—global viral exposure for a photo series showcasing Nightmares Fear Factory (NFF). During that month, NFF’s hilarious photos of unsuspecting guests exploring its […]