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Updated: 2012-02-19T10:12:54-05:00


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Holy brand, president man


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Remember when I used to write this blog called Advergirl?


Over the past few weeks, I've been working on this big pitch with good people from all over the agency. It's the kind of opportunity that warrants some serious planning sessions and big, dramatic staging. In other words: It's the...

No normal in our fractured culture


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A shared new years resolution for women in advertising?


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