Like Nostradamus or a low-rent carnival fortune teller, marketers make predictions every year about upcoming trends. Some of these prophecies are worthy of being repeated for centuries; others should probably be relegated to a tent behind the bearded lady. The end of the year is also a good time to look at ideas that have become played out, refrains repeated so often that they have become meaningless, or not as meaningful as they once were.

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