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Brilliant. This list has been one-sided for too long. It is literally silly.

(Not that I'll be removing my Power150 badge in protest, but, still, the AdAge folks come off as so clueless for doing so little with this program. And don't get me started about PR WEEK.)

Scott:

What an excellent analog idea! How about using the magazine as a social object? This was a good brainstorm, I have been on the receiving end of, well, nothing - no responses.

Excellent post and well said, Valeria. I just passed the Crain Communications building last night and thought about AdAge's old school thought process.

If they are indeed hopelessly stuck in the past (http://www.scottmonty.com/2008/08/advertisingage-hopelessly-stuck-in-past.html), couldn't they even try something as old media as free subscriptions for the top 150? If they're a worthwhile publication, odds are the influencers will tell their audiences about it and before you know it, sales might actually rise...

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