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Congrats. You’ve now made it through two days of Advertising Week. Stay strong. Here are some of our favorite tweets from Tuesday’s participants and players. No inspirational panel quotes allowed.
On AWX tweeting:
Carlos Riveroll, @CarlosRiveroll
What the hell is up w/ people who NEVER tweet anything and then they go batshit nuts during AWX or SXSW tweeting conference buzz quotes.
— Carlos Riveroll (@CarlosRiveroll) September 24, 2013
On Kardashian mère at AWX:
Really? Kris Jenner at #AWX? A whole hour for her? No. Nope. No.
— gabriel (@capi_rl) September 24, 2013
On one perk of leaving agency world:
Nathan Manou, @nathanmanou
The joys of not working for an ad agency anymore means no #advertisingweek
— Nathan Manou (@nathmanou) September 24, 2013
On that perennial AWX hot topic, millennials:
Faith Latiffya, @FLutfiyya
On AWX chatter:
Robbie Whiting, @robbiew
echo chamber echo chamber advertising week make it stop
— Robbie Whiting (@robbiew) September 24, 2013
On the Iranian president’s favorite online publication, maybe:
Fake Jeff Jarvis, @ProfJeffJarvis
“I love Gawker” — Hassad Rouhani #AdvertisingWeek
— FakeJeffJarvis (@ProfJeffJarvis) September 24, 2013
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