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high-touch

high-touch  adj.— «We face a recurring problem, one of segmentation. We need to segment customer groups and be able to reach all of them—those that need high touch and those that need high tech. All of us are talking about meeting banking...

upcycling

upcycling  n.— «The final segment introduced me to a new word, “upcycling.” This is taking something that has outlived its useful life and finding a new and more important use for it. Architect David Hertz explains that a...

tele-town hall

tele-town hall  n.— «The congressman was in his office in Washington; his constituents were in their homes. With the help of technology, though, Davis was able to chat with a large segment of the people he represents. Voters, in turn, were...

pig in the python

pig in the python  n.— «It is a population segment that will grow 27 percent by 1990, and that portion of American womanhood that Gilbert Maurer, president of Hearst Magazines, lovingly characterized as ‘‘the pig in the python...

third coast

third coast  n.— «The Rocky Mountain region (Idaho, Montana, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming) is the fastest growing area in the country amongst persons ages 40-60—the classic baby boomers. Also, the “echo” generation, children of baby...

wadge

wadge  n.— «The glass house should go for 5 minutes, so they don’t have to pad it out with so many shitpoor jokes. and that “wear a funny hat and talk shit about vag” (or, more recently, wadge) segment is beyond terrible...