Top three websites, or maybe six

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The website that I visit the most that helps me with my position as an account executive at CurrentMarketing is a tie between two:
www.secondwindnetwork.com
This site is a member-based website for advertising professionals that provides wonderful information about the industry, research and has an online forum to ask questions to your peers in the industry. Very helpful!
HOW Design
This site is geared more toward designers and art directors, which takes me back to my roots. I visit this site often to post questions, read about the latest technology and to find many How-to-do’s in the industry.
The site I visit everyday again is a toss-up between AnyWho (which I use to find people) or  CurrentTrack which is our web-based ad agency management system by Developware. Without it I would be lost and I use it about 574 times a day. It keeps me on track. It’s the best ad agency software I’ve ever used.
The sites I really visit every day are www.marquiswhoswho.com and www.movies.go.com.
I am always searching names, content, people, info, movies and places. These sites are always helpful and provide a nice break over lunch as I eat at my desk and surf.

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