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Unless you've been hiding under a rock, you'll know it's Advertising Week in New York this week (well, Advertising Four Days, anyway)

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ll know it’s Advertising Week in New York this week (well, Advertising Four Days, anyway). Yes, after weeks of hype and an unnatural level of interest paid to issues like Tony the Tiger versus the Morton Salt Girl, the week has arrived. What it means for us at ClickZ is that things are very busy. But we’re geared up for the task. We’ve got reporters at all the relevant conferences and we’re listening in on the important keynotes (and into all the juicy conversations). So stay tuned — especially to this blog — as we report in through the course of the week. What with all the excitment, even some non-Advertising Week-related news is bound to spill over here, too. Signed, the one stuck in the office in San Francisco. *Sigh*

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