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Hey, look, it's 1999 again!

Memo to self: Buy Apple stock. It'll be worth a pretty penny in 2005... :-)

Careerbuilder.com is doing a SuperBowl Ad in 2006.

Yawn. Didn't we see this in 1999, with the eTrade chimp and the sock puppet dog?

Well, yes. But think. This is a different world than the "Business Plan? What Business Plan?" 90's. Companies do ads like this not because they can, but because it makes sense. It's a sign that the whole Internet/E-commerce is finally developing into a mature, stable market.

Maybe.

“Hey, look, it's 1999 again!”