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Dropping the F-Bomb

On March 9, 2011 By

I’ve written about my criteria for moderation of oneword.com entries before. This post is very specific, prompted by an ever-growing pattern I’ve noticed over the last few years. Let me start with one example:

The day’s word: bee

“Nothing more than a struggling person trying to live their lives off […]

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Ten Thousand And Counting

On January 24, 2011 By

Congratulations to our new best friend, @blueperez, who just became the 10,000th registered oneword™ user.

We are now competing with Facebook at .01% of their 500 million. And going strong.

Following in the footsteps of another .01% peer, Apple, we thought it only fitting to award number ten-thousand with a big, fat […]

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Has it been a year already? Or have we never done this before? If not, we should have.

I’m a designer. What do I do?

Design a shirt Tweet your design with the hashtag #drytshirt or post to our Facebook page Feel awesome

Or, if you’re not a […]

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The Kids Are All Write

On October 26, 2010 By

Over the years, I’ve received numerous inquiries from teachers wanting to use oneword.com in their writing classes. Explaining that “they would use it now, but there’s no profanity filter.” 

I respond cordially. But my gut response is, “fuck that.”

Interesting that a four-letter word or picture of naked human bodies throws everyone into an upheaval. […]

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