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Barbara Lippert

Why Goodby's New Work for Chevy Is a Retread

Shortly after the Chevy campaign from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners broke during the World Series, Internet bloggers began making fun of the spot's tagline, "Chevy runs deep"—some even called it…

On the Road -- Again

Shortly after the Chevy campaign from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners broke during the World Series, Internet bloggers began making fun of the spot's tagline, "Chevy runs deep" -- some even…

HP's Baby Driver Hits Fast Lane

Call him "Speed face." As the bald-headed, purse-lipped star of a mesmerizing new spot from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners for HP e-printers, this baby is shown zooming across the country's…

HP's Baby Driver Hits Fast Lane

Call him "Speed face." As the bald-headed, purse-lipped star of this mesmerizing new spot from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners for HP e-printers, this baby is shown zooming across the country's…

Lois Brings Specs Into Superfocus

"The more I think and write about Mad Men, the more I take the show as a personal insult," wrote George Lois, ad industry legend and original Mad Man (although…

Video: Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz

Emo-pop band Fall Out Boy has been one of the most popular groups of its generation and genre -- in part, due to its tapping of social media to connect…

Social Media Strategies: Interview With Pete Wentz

Emo-pop band Fall Out Boy has been one of the most popular groups of its generation and genre—in part, due to its tapping of social media to connect with (and…

Video: David Kirkpatrick

How true to life is David Fincher's new movie The Social Network? Adweek columnist Barbara Lippert interviews author of The Facebook Effect David Kirkpatrick about the movie at this year's…

Social Media Confab: Interview With Facebook Author Kirkpatrick

How true to life is David Fincher's new movie The Social Network? Adweek columnist Barbara Lippert interviews author of The Facebook Effect David Kirkpatrick about the movie at this year's…

Opinion: The Social Contract

I left The Social Network, aka the Facebook movie, feeling stunned and exhilarated. (Imagine if all of life were scripted by Aaron Sorkin and directed by David Fincher!) Maybe it's…

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