mckenzielawton

McKenzie Lawton is a junior Marketing Communications major at Emerson College. She loves social media and all things pop-culture. McKenzie currently sells lotion at The Body Shop, and interns at the Museum of Science. She grew up in southeastern Massachusetts and has a deep love for the city of Boston. She spends most of her free time watching television. And no, she is not named after Mackenzie Phillips. Twitter: @mckenzielawton

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10 Questions for McKenzie, Millennial

McKenzie Lawton is a junior Marketing Communications major at Emerson College. She loves social media and all things pop-culture.

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The Top 7 Webcomics

Without webcomics, life on the Internet wouldn’t be as fun. They’re a hilarious ray of sunshine that can brighten up anyone’s day.

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The Evolution and Revolution of Email

“Electronic mail” got started long before the ‘90s, but it wasn’t until the decade when everyone and their moms seemed to be buying computers that it became the necessity we know it as today.

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The Top 10 Ridiculous Religious Rituals

There are a lot of weird religions out there and even more weird religious rituals. TNGG’s Religion Week wouldn’t be complete without a list of wonderfully ridiculous religious ceremonies and traditions.

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The DOs and DON’Ts of Airline Advertising

It’s pretty clear that we like to travel. We want to see the world beyond our apartments and dorm rooms. That’s why it is so important that airlines appeal to us – cheap flights, friendly service and great amenities are key. But, while some airlines are capable of providing what we need and making sure we know it, others just aren’t as successful.

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Scion sells the cool factor

Toyota has issues connecting with Gen Y, but their Scion branch goes the distance to capture Millennials through personalization options. With Scion, the car is uniquely yours, and we all know how Millennials feel about individuality. Still, the Toyota brand still has a long way to go to get our attention.

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It’s all about the channel, not the brand

Paul Parkin, a founding partner of SALT Branding in San Francisco, had an interview with MediaPost’s Sarah Mahoney about Gen Y and brands earlier this month. Ultimately, he says, members of Gen Y trust channels more than brands. “They may … Continued

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Why I’m a Bostonian

This article is part of a TNGG series on cities. For most people, Boston probably doesn’t make the list of top cities to move to. It’s not the biggest city in the country and usually its most valuable components are … Continued