After Accidentally Revealing Its Super Bowl Ad, The Verge Decides to Leave It Live

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For most news sites, accidentally publishing an article too early can be embarrassing but rarely reveals too much. For The Verge, though, such a slip today revealed something truly surprising: a Super Bowl ad the site has in the works.

The tech site owned by Vox Media accidentally (or "accidentally" if you're the skeptical type) debuted its ad today in a post entitled "DNP Verge Super Bowl ad." The 30-second spot is about "the future," as the post's placeholder text explains:

"TKTK here's our first-ever Super Bowl ad.

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