The Lab: Time to Vote! Is Commune a Noun or Verb?

Oct 10, 2020
It’s that time of year when we are thinking deep thoughts about our vision for the months ahead. And as we rooted around in the archives for some inspiration, we came across this video from our very first all-team meeting in 2018.

In it, Commune CEO Jeff Krasno presents two definitions for our company name:

  • Commune (noun): An intentional community around shared values, beliefs, and practices.
  • Commune (verb): To feel in close spiritual contact.

We love both meanings (just as we embrace a plurality of voices and opinions), but which resonates with you? Click a button below to vote, and then share your thoughts in the comments:

<< I VOTE VERB >>  << I VOTE NOUN >>

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