Adholes.com, a blogworking site for the advertising industry has given a group to alumni of Mad Dogs and Englishmen, an acclaimed NYC creative agency which shut down after cuts in client spending this month. June 3, 2005 -- Adholes.com, which at 3,500 members is the largest social network for the advertising industry has offered a group on its site for recently closed Mad Dogs and Englishmen. A group on Adholes, a new featured launched last month, allows topics, regions and companies to have their own special area on their site with their own blogs, members and event postings. The Mad Dogs group ( http://maddogs.adholes.com , headed by Mad Dogs and Englishmen founder Nick Cohen, will allow current and former members of the agency to stay in touch with each other no matter where they wind up. "Adholes was originally conceived for just this purpose." Said Adholes founder Marc Lefton. "Sometimes agencies shut down, or there are mass layoffs and it's difficult to keep track of where your colleagues wind up in such a volatile industry." Adholes plans to sell groups to businesses looking to market to the advertising community this month, as well as agencies looking to keep track of their corporate alumni.