Friday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 


-Digital agency GALE created a video called “Reinventing the Burger Menu,” which introduces the “Hotdog Menu” (video above).

In a story posted yesterday, Campaign U.S. editor-in-chief Douglas Quenqua backs up at least one of the claims made in Erin Johnson‘s discrimination suit.

Michigan’s Skidmore Studio argues in a blog post that agencies can learn from Donald Trump‘s success among Millennials. Yes, really.

-WPP claims in an internal memo it “has found nothing as of yet to substantiate” charges against Gustavo Martinez.

-FiveThirtyEight teamed up with Degree for native ads about Stephen Curry‘s impressive skills.

Alister Adams, vice president, digital at Publicis Toronto discusses “The ‘Internet of Things’ and Why You Should Care About It.”

-Laundry detergent from Jessica Alba‘s Honest Co. was found to contain an ingredient it pledged to avoid.

-Adweek explores “How Fitness, Health and Beauty Trends Shaped Westin’s New Visual Identity.”

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