Even at a festival dedicated to creativity, there was an emphasis on technology and data. So when someone wants to get back to the emotional connection between brands and consumers, it can feel like a refreshing bolt of "why, yes. Do tell."
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Cynthia Tucker is the Washington-based columnist for the Atlanta-Journal Constitution and winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize in Commentary.
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