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Margot Bloomstein
Author, speaker, and content strategist: TRUSTWORTHY (March 2021 from Page Two), CONTENT STRATEGY AT WORK (2012), and BrandSort (2016). Liberal and dog lover.
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Margot Bloomstein 15h
Replying to @halvorson
But have you tried wine
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Margot Bloomstein 16h
Replying to @awelfle @mjmetts
Thank YOU for putting such marvelous stuff into the world!
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Margot Bloomstein 24h
Replying to @dbarrett
Kudos to for heading off any who might demand he stay in his lane. Staying out of politics is a privilege few can afford—especially not business owners.
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Margot Bloomstein 24h
At , and yes, , CEOs weigh risk/reward and use their platform to advance their values—and shareholder value. Vulnerability earns trust by rallying the audience. If you're the audience, why *wouldn't* you want to know what your money supports?
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 23
Few speakers and authors are as generous, practical, and helpful as and . If you're a new UX writer, content designer, or copywriter--or manage someone who is!--spend your professional development budget here:
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Candi. 🍍 Oct 23
“What was fine ten years ago may no longer be fine. Language changes regularly so keep your inclusive guidelines up-to-date.” 🤎 And if older generations can work out how to use iPads and Kindles, they can work out how to stop using racist and homophobic language.
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My name is ❡ladys ✐✎ Oct 23
« Teams that have Black folks on them, are much less likely to create things that are going to offend black folks. If you're worried about that, it might be a sign that your team might be in desperate need of some diversity.  » at
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
Replying to @bloomsjo
Too easy.
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
“I know more about wind than you do” and now he’s doubling down on Don Quixote.
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
“A dog whistle as big as a foghorn” and let me take this moment to point out when we send to the White House we send two German Shepherds too
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
The shift from accountability to criminal avarice is stunning. The buck stops here? No more. Now, the bucks stop here. It only took 70 years to move from Truman to Trump. Enough with this grubby, greedy little man. Can we return to responsibility again?
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
“Blame blame fingerpointing Nancy Pelosi blame blame—“ “But you’re the President.” A pathological allergy to accountability.
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
Know what’s better than “a better healthcare! A BEAUTIFUL healthcare!” or four years of vague hints at an alternative? Healthcare. The plan we have.
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
Replying to @iChrisBarnes
I’m sorry.
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
Replying to @amandaesque
You’d think everyone can outgrow an allergy to accountability, but nope.
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
The whining! The claims of unfair treatment! The incessant shifting of blame! How can any parent who has survived toddlerhood support this spoiled, entitled brat?
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
“They know I know them. And they. know. me.” Biden’s take on Russia bolstering Trump is one glare short of a Krakowski and every bit as blistering.
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
Replying to @hejhejnatalya
Also, OBVIOUSLY, don’t forget to budget for huffpuffing. Huffpuffing? You know, the slang term for QA testing. You huff, and you puff, and you try to blow the site down. OBVIOUSLY.
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
Replying to @hejhejnatalya
Okay... what about that autocomplete in a search box is a way of planting seeds, and that’s why everyone refers to it as beanstalking. Everyone.
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Margot Bloomstein Oct 22
Replying to @hejhejnatalya
Can you tell him that the term "dropdown menu" refers to Rapunzel letting down her hair? Maybe start referring to them as Rapunzel menus, get a few colleagues on board, and plant those seeds?
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