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Branding in the 2010s: When the Look of Social Media Doesn’t Fall (Too) Far from the Tree

We can gain many insights into the 1960s ad industry when we read the new book, Mad Men Unbuttoned: A Romp through 1960s America, by Natasha Vargas-Cooper. The author, a self-described Mad Men fanatic, takes us in and out of the office suites of Sterling Cooper and through memorable years in advertising history. She writes eloquently. Even about things you might think would be otherwise mundane–like typefaces.>>Read more Continue reading

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