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News Blinks & Pointers: May 9, PM ’05

  • Marketers Don’t Want Ad Agencies As Partners : "Marketers don’t want partners. They want ideas. They want results. They want creative solutions to business challenges. The faster big global agency networks recognize that — and stop pining for some mystical, transcendent client relationship that bears no resemblance to their current status or worth — the faster they can define their actual value and compete for a spot on the roster." Scott Donaton – Ad Age.
  • A Blog Revolution? Get A Grip?: Damn right! As for the blog revolution, Denton put it this way: "Give me a break. The hype comes from unemployed or partially employed marketing professionals and people who never made it as journalists wanting to believe," Nick Denton said. "They want to believe there’s going to be this new revolution and their lives are going to be changed." Heh, heh, heh… Brilliant!
  • … and. "Some of my own favorite sites are ones that have no consistency beyond the wit and charm of the writer."
    –Nick Denton
  • Firefox is vulnerable…
  • They found the other Mars Lander…
  • Huffington’s Blog Is Up… Be sure to read Harry Shearer’s Eat The Press

One Response

  1. By Stowe Boyd on May 10th, 2005 at 7:56 am

    You can seriously agree with Denton?

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