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  • Jennifer Dawson
    commented 2021-10-07 04:32:57 -0700
    How are you doing? Hope you’re staying well!

    When your thoughts turn to meeting someone new – what do you look for? Tall, dark and handsome? Blond and blue-eyed? Or simply someone who mainlines pizza and likes serial killer documentaries on Netflix?

    What’s the science behind attraction?

    I’m someone who used to work as an aesthetician and now work as a writer. This subject is one that’s close to my heart, and it’d be great to share some hints and tips with you!

    I’d love to write an article for on the science behind attraction. I was looking at while researching an article and it crossed my mind that your audience would welcome a blog post on this idea because we all want to know how to look and feel our best – to ourselves and to others! All I’d ask for in return is a mention of a site I’ve worked on before within the resources.

    I’d also be happy to write around any other ideas you had too. Of course, the article will be tailored to your existing content and fully referenced for accuracy.

    Could I send you an article?

    Best regards,

  • Cody McBride
    commented 2021-08-08 17:57:17 -0700

    I’d love to put together an article for your site.

    The topic I’m interested in writing on is the apps that are best suited for entrepreneurs and small business owners to help run their businesses more efficiently so that they can have more free time.

    No charge for the article, and I’ll find a place for a link to your site within the guide itself.

    What do you say? May I write it and send it your way?


    Cody McBride
  • Josie Conant
    commented 2021-08-05 17:16:12 -0700

    My name is Josie.

    Your website or a website that your company hosts is violating the copyright-protected images owned by myself.

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    I declare, under penalty of perjury, that the information in this letter is accurate and that I am the copyright owner or am authorized to act on behalf of the proprietor of an exclusive and legal right that is allegedly violated.


    Josie Conant

  • Ross Peterson
    commented 2021-08-04 17:02:48 -0700

    My name is Ross.

    Your website or a website that your company hosts is infringing on a copyright protected images owned by me personally.

    Check out this report with the links to my images you used at and my earlier publication to obtain the evidence of my copyrights.

    Download it right now and check this out for yourself:

    I do believe that you deliberately infringed my rights under 17 USC Section 101 et seq. and can be liable for statutory damage of up to $130,000 as set-forth in Sec. 504©(2) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (”DMCA”) therein.

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    Ross Peterson

  • Eva Benoit
    commented 2021-05-13 20:01:28 -0700
    Hi there,

    Now more than ever, moms everywhere are jumping into entrepreneurship head first, proving it is possible to juggle the responsibilities of home and work with grace.

    I should know… I’m one of them!

    About 6 years ago, I left my job as an office manager to pursue being a life, career, and overall wellness coach. Since then, I have felt more fulfilled, more successful, and more connected with my family than ever.

    Can I write a no-cost, original article just for your readers about how stay-at-home moms can start their own successful businesses? I can include advice on the best business models for a “mompreneur” and how to get started, as well as tips on working from home with kids and achieving that elusive work/life balance. Also, I can promote your website in the piece.

    Thank you!

    Eva Benoit
  • Susan Milligan
    commented 2020-05-13 14:11:16 -0700
    Hi, Susan Milligan here, from US News and World Report. Im doing a story on female voters, Trump, corona and the 2020 elections. Can one of you chat tomorrow (Thursday)? I’m at 202-369-6709. Thanks, Susan Milligan, Senior Political Writer
  • Hannah Padilla
    commented 2019-10-10 02:44:37 -0700
    I was browsing your website and found a broken link. Is there a way I could report the link or otherwise help fix it?
  • Abraham Axler
    commented 2019-05-13 11:19:36 -0700
    Dear Mr. Morley,

    I’m a graduate student studying as a Marshall scholar at King’s College London’s program for Public Policy and Management. I’m writing my dissertation on the Reinventing Government initiative. I’m particularly interested in the period in which you were the director and how the program changed.

    I would so appreciate it if you might be available for a research interview by phone sometime in the next two weeks. The conversation will take about an hour, but I can truncate it if you’re not available for that long. I am on UK time, but I’m otherwise very flexible with the exception of the 20th of May.

    Many Thanks,

    Abraham Axler
  • Lauren Camera
    commented 2018-02-08 11:44:29 -0800
    Hi there, I’m writing a story for U.S. News & World Report about various free college tuition proposals and would love to interview you for it. Please contact me at your earliest convenience.
  • Charlotte Alter
    commented 2017-07-27 12:05:58 -0700
    Hi Mike and Morley,

    I’m writing a story for TIME about millennial mayors, and I’d love to interview you about your findings about millennial attitudes towards civic engagement. Any chance I could give you a call later today or tomorrow? (Thurs or Friday)
  • Erica Quinn
    commented 2017-06-25 13:06:45 -0700
    Hello, I was doing some research and ended up on one of your articles about millennial finances, thanks for the info!

    I recently finished putting together an infographic which shows how millennial finances compare to previous generations.

    Even though Millennials are the most educated generation, they are saddled with student debt. Unfortunately, their education doesn’t always translate into a higher salary for working professionals. One example of this is how millennials graduating with debt and a degree only make the same amount as people with no degree in 1989 (adjusted for inflation) – that’s some shocking information.

    All in all, it’s pretty interesting data, and given your past coverage on the topic, I thought you’d might want to take a look.

    Please hit reply and let me know if you want to check it out. In any case, keep up the great work!


  • Erica Quinn
    commented 2017-06-25 04:34:54 -0700
  • Erica Quinn
    commented 2017-06-25 04:34:52 -0700
  • Liam Peterson
    commented 2017-03-03 10:30:53 -0800
    Hello! I am Liam Peterson from Scituate High School and currently, I am working on an ethical debate project for my AP Language and Composition class. My group has chosen to argue the pros of free college tuition. My group and I have done some research and have found you to be a supporter of this action. Can we please hear your thoughts on this subject matter?

    Thank You!

    Liam Peterson

    Ben Barnhart

    Bobby Hebert
  • Chris Lyford
    commented 2017-01-19 17:55:50 -0800
    Dear Mr. Winograd and Mr. Hais,
    My name is Chris Lyford, and I’m the Assistant Editor here at Psychotherapy Networker magazine. For our upcoming March issue, we’re writing a short piece on a recent interview Simon Sinek (Columbia professor, motivational speaker, and one of TED’s top-performing speakers) did where he was asked about Millennials in the workplace. Currently, the interview has over 4.6 million views on YouTube. Sinek’s take is that because of the way Millennials were raised, and in part due to the influence of technology and social media, they’re more entitled, narcissistic, and self-interested than generations past, and therefore struggle in work and relationships. Here’s a link to the full interview:
    We’re interested in getting experts’ views on Millennial behavior and finding out what this means for the future of mental health practice. I understand you’ve studied Millennial behavioral patterns quite a bit. Is this something you’d be interested in contributing to? Let me know if you’ve got some time free to chat next week. We’d love to get your thoughts. If you’d like to read some of our other articles, you can find them at


    Chris Lyford

    Assistant Editor


    Psychotherapy Networker

    5135 MacArthur Blvd. NW

    Washington D.C. 20016
  • Brandon Johns
    commented 2016-09-28 11:18:37 -0700
    This is probably the most important. THE WHITE HOUSE also includes my birth year of 1981 within the Millennial Generation

    “Millennials, the cohort of Americans born between 1980 and the mid-2000s, are the largest generation in the U.S., representing one-third of the total U.S. population in 2013. 1 With the first cohort of Millennials only in their early thirties, most members of this generation are at the beginning of their careers and so will be an important engine of the economy in the decades to come.”

    I am just asking you to stop using 1982 as the start date. It really ticks me off. I am no different than those born in 1982. Please and thank you.
  • Brandon Johns
    commented 2016-09-25 00:24:07 -0700
    I am not happy at all with Mike and Morley calling me, a person born in 1981 and I hope you can change this. I find very little in common with Gen X. In fact I grew up having little in common with those born before 1979. Those born in like 1977 and 1978 were always the big kids to me and those born in the early to mid 70s were always like adults to me. I had PCs in my school as far back as Elementary School and the internet was already becoming a big thing in the world by the time I was just entering high school. Heck I remember using some of the early internet in my local library as far back as middle school. By the time I graduated high school the 1990s were in their final year and everything had turned to focus on the new millennium. I also had important young adult milestones in the 21st Century, like my 21st birthday and college graduation. Most of my adult life has been in the 21st Century. I have also been called Xennial according to some sources I would rather be called that than full blown Gen X. That is just wrong and I resent it. Please change this definition at your organization. That is all I am asking. Thank you
  • Anne K
    commented 2016-09-23 15:49:26 -0700
    Good afternoon Mike and Morley,

    My name is Anne, I assist with coordinating guest interviews for The Jon Sanchez Show on KOH Newstalk. I am emailing you today to invite you to join The Jon Sanchez Show for a quick phone interview to discuss your incredible book, “Millennial Momentum: How a New Generation is Remaking America.” Given the recent “tech boom” in Nevada’s economy, we think our listeners in Reno would absolutely love the opportunity to learn about how millennials shape technology and the economy.

    About the Show: The Jon Sanchez Show is a live, daily call-in, financial program hosted by retirement income professional, Jon G. Sanchez. It is one of the highest Arbitron-rated shows in Reno, Nevada. Each day, Jon provides his listeners with market moving information, which helps them to make more informed financial investment decisions. The show focuses on educating the audience, not selling a product. With over 30,000 listeners, the Jon Sanchez Show airs live on NewsTalk780 KOH (learn more at ), weeknights from 5-6pmPST (the interview will take place at 5:15pmPST for about 20-25 minutes).

    I look forward to your response to discuss this opportunity further for an immediate appearance.

    Thank you,

  • Brandon Johns
    commented 2016-09-21 23:48:31 -0700
    I really resent you folks using 1982 as the start date of the millennial generation. I was born in 1981 and I don’t consider myself Gen X. Most other sources I have seen use 1980 or 1979 as the start of Gen Y. I came of age during the early internet era along with my peers born in 1982, I started my real adult life in the new millennium, I graduated college in the new millennium, I was using computers as far back as Kindergarten, and I first connected to the internet in middle school. Please stop leaving people born in 1981 out of the equation. I would appreciate that very much. Thank you
  • Juaquin Cambron
    commented 2016-06-13 15:17:20 -0700

    I am working on a new talk show for Netflix that is being hosted by Chelsea Handler. We want to do a segment where Chelsea learns the ins and outs of talking to millennials. Would something like this be of interest? I can be reached at (323) 317-2781 or [email protected]


    Juaquin Cambron
  • Constanza Cruz
    commented 2016-03-10 09:41:35 -0800
    I’m Constanza Cruz, journalist of La Tercera, national newspaper in Chile. I would like to contact to one of the authors to make them a few questions about millenials in this elections. I would like to have their perspective.

    Warm regards,

  • Gloria Johnson
    commented 2016-03-04 16:55:42 -0800
    Hi -

    My name is Gloria Johnson and I’m the Managing Director at Sensis, the cross-cultural marketing agency in Downtown LA. We’re interested in having you as a guest panelist during our dinner at the UPCEA (University Professional & Continuing Education Association) annual conference in San Diego on April 7th at 6:30p – 8p. The theme of the dinner is “How To Market To Millennials in the New Gig Economy” and the presentation format will be a 20-30 minute “fireside chat” between our President and Founder, Jose Villa and yourself, as well as a Q&A.

    -Because attendees will consist primarily of Deans leading Continuing Education programs nationwide, we are hoping that the presentation will provide insight into:

    - The new rules of marketing to millennials

    - How the new gig economy has changed how we position and market continuing education (and transformative learning) programs

    - How to use content market to reach millennials

    Would you be interested in being a panelist, and/or discussing further?
  • Jason Kennedy
    commented 2015-12-08 16:01:31 -0800
    Hello Mike and Morley,

    I am writing a dissertation on the impact the Millennial generation will have on Christian global missions. I would love to a chance to interview you and get a perspective from you guys that I may be missing. Please let me know if this is a possibility.

    Jason Kennedy
  • Elhassan Errezzaki
    commented 2015-10-24 19:42:34 -0700
  • William Moran
    commented 2014-12-18 10:45:32 -0800
  • Danielle Knight
    commented 2014-10-10 09:26:18 -0700
    Hi, I’m a producer with the Diane Rehm Show on NPR. I’m thinking about producing a one-hour panel discussion about how Millennials, the upcoming November elections, and how this generation will reshape American politics in coming years. Where are you based? We’d love to have one of you come to our Washington, DC studio for the discussion. Thanks!
  • Anna Robaton
    commented 2014-03-21 10:02:14 -0700
    Hello Mr. Winograd,

    Please give me a call or send me an email as soon as possible. I am a freelance business journalist working on an assignment for the magazine published by the International Council of Shopping Centers – The magazine would like me to put together an obituary on your brother Bernard and I am hoping you can supply me with some key information about his career. I have an extensive article that ran on the Bloomberg website but want to make sure all of the information contained in the story is correct. If possible, I’d like to set up a time to speak with you next Monday. Thank you, Anna Robaton