Tag Archives: Twenty Ads That Shook the World

Ask Dr. Ads: Who Really Wrote “You Don’t Have to Be Jewish to Love Levy’s”?

Well the Doc opened up the old mailbag today and here’s what poured out. Dear Dr. Ads, One of the legendary figures in the 1960s creative revolution on Madison Avenue – Judy Protas – died last week. According to the … Continue reading

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Straight, No Chaser: WSJ Serves Up “The Real Mad Men”

From the Wall Street Journal’s Visualizer: “The Real Mad Men” (Running Press), by former advertising executive Andrew Cracknell, tells the story of the real-life ad business from the late 1950s through the 1960s—during the so-called Creative Revolution. The book includes … Continue reading

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Are You Mr. Low T?

Red-blooded men of America, gird your loins! Erectile dysfunction has a new rival! Low T. Definition: Also known as low testosterone or hypogonadism, which means the body doesn’t make enough testosterone; Low T may affect mood, muscle mass, bone mineral … Continue reading

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