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Wednesday Morning Stir

-A Bullseye View, an online magazine focused on Target, notices the similarities between Brian Sanders‘ poster art for season six of Mad Men and ’60s ads for Dayton’s, which was Target’s predecessor. link

-Ted Booth, principal/managing director at design firm Method, discusses what advertising means in an age where there’s no “traditional” agency. link

-And now, some suggestive wine pairings from Harvest Films for California’s SLO Down Wines (above; see two more spots here and here).

-Salt Lake City digital agency Super Top Secret has added Chris Moore as a partner and has launched its film/TV-focused arm, STS Studios. link

-Global production studio @radical.media has signed Stoopid Buddy Stoodios (which includes Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, John Harvatine IV, and Eric Towner) to its roster. link

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Wednesday Odds and Ends

-George Soros is clearly pro-Prop 19. link

-Roger Sterling’s memoir is ready to be published. link

-Facebook Credits are now on sale at Best Buy and Wal-Mart, y’all. link

-Are you ready for MySpace’s new website? link

-Somehow, we’re not on Fortune‘s top 500 corporate blogs. link

-Foursquare, Google launch “I Voted” badge. link

-The Hell’s Angels sues the label of late fashion designer, Alexander McQueen, Saks Fifth Avenue and Zappos. link

-Hey, Y&R gets into the music business. link

-Conan won’t be denied the “Masturbating Bear.” link