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It is very unusual for this blog to tout another company’s work or client, but we hand accolades to Ogilvy and its client Chemours for their PSAs about young women pursuing science careers during National Chemistry Week. (You can see …
This story in Computer World explains how Microsoft is bundling services to make your autonomous car smarter, but what it really is saying to us is that your new office cubicle is likely to be your car. Among the bundled …