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  • Purposeful Amnesia
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  • Toward A Better Agency Review Process
    Too often have I heard a CMO lament that his current agencies "suck," not realizing the real reason is often the client themselves.
  • Murder By Numbers
    When a computer causes or enables a bad thing, how do we, as a society, bring humans to account?
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