Wharton Magazine, the alumni magazine of The Wharton School, the business school of the University of Pennsylvania, published an article by Tom Lincoln in its Spring 2016 issue. Titled "Brazil's Two Brands," the article examines Brazil's conflicting brand identities: "beautiful, sexy, and fun vs. poor, corrupt, and out-of-control." Timely in light of the potential impeachment proceedings against Brazil's President Dilma Rouseff and in advance of the 2016 Summer Olympics to be held in Rio de Janeiro, the article analyzes how Brazil could improve its brand based on the Best Countries rankings produced by U.S. News & World Report, WPP's BAV Consulting, and Wharton Professor David J. Reibstein.
The Daily Pennsylvanian, the newspaper of the University of Pennsylvania, recently quoted Tom Lincoln in its article titled "The world's countries, ranked -- by Wharton". The paper referenced Tom Lincoln and TNT Content & Design for their work on the inaugural Best Countries rankings with U.S. News & World Report, WPP's BAV Consulting, and Wharton Professor David J. Reibstein. The team released the rankings at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on January 20, 2016.
Tom Lincoln received the flag of honor at the last Flag Retreat Ceremony of 2013 at President Abraham Lincoln's Tomb in Springfield, Illinois. He was chosen in a random drawing. The ceremony was featured in Springfield's State Journal-Register in its Abraham Lincoln Observer column in an article titled "You Can't Make This Stuff Up..."
Tom Lincoln and Tracy Steen showed their Monument exhibit on Facebook, posting photos of underappreciated memorials in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Concord, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.
Through the Twitter account @LieCounter, Tom Lincoln told a story about truth and lies. He found and re-tweeted noteworthy lies in the Twitter community, tweeted art and music relevant to lies, and provided practical instructions for detecting lies in others. He also shared truths about American history and his family.
Exercises in Three Dimensions formed the backdrop for Occupy Philly's 2011 protest of Mitt Romney's visit to Philadelphia. The protesters hoped to confront Romney as he slipped into the luxurious Rittenhouse Hotel through the back door, next to Giant Steps Gallery. Instead, Romney entered the hotel through the front, unimpeded.
Collaborating with Tracy Steen, Tom Lincoln wrote an article in April 2011 for the All-But-Dissertation Survival Guide about the mental discipline of the Philadelphia Phillies' top pitchers.