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Tag Archives: Mad Men
What if our agency prefers not to specialize?
My business partner and I run a small marketing and advertising ‘shop’ with an office on Madison Avenue. Yes we’re Mad Men. Ok that’s out of the way. We’re successful and have been growing our business over the past few … Continue reading
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Being a good partner means being part of the company culture
The final episode of AMC’s MadMen airs this coming Sunday and with it will close a look back on a workplace that when I started in the early 1980’s, only had echoes of the MadMen business culture of the 1960’s … Continue reading
Commuting and stress – can you relate?
I’ve written about commuting to New York City before. http://wp.me/pn6jX-jG http://wp.me/pn6jX-RG . But I was speaking with a friend recently regarding commuting and he encouraged me to share my description of what it is like. Living outside of the city … Continue reading
Binge watching makes me wonder how people find time to watch all these great shows
The blurb from http://www.gawker.com asks the following question – Did you watch all of the second season of Netflix’s House of Cards this weekend? Good. So did I. Let’s talk. Spoilers ahead. I’ve not watched House of Cards yet. Don’t get … Continue reading
‘Mad Men’ would not be crazy about ‘The Pitch’
After a 17 month hiatus AMC’s ‘Mad Men’ returns this Sunday in its regular 10PM slot. AMC has also created another new show which debuts with a ‘sneak preview’ April 8th at 11PM (right after ‘Mad Men’) called ‘The Pitch’ … Continue reading
Commuting in the United States by train – why does it have to be like 1961?
Having opened an office in lower Manhattan in November I have joined the ranks of commuters from the New York City suburbs even it if is only two or three days per week. Because I have not commuted to New … Continue reading
User Generated Super Bowl ads are cool and not threatening to marketing agencies
Much has been discussed the past few days related to the Doritos ads presented during the Super Bowl telecast this past Sunday. Like them or not (I liked the Samurai one and the other not so much), there have been … Continue reading
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