Friday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Thanks to “Write the Future,” Nike is now more strongly linked to the World Cup than any of the event’s official sponsors. Take that, Adidas. link

-Are Apple’s new ad terms anti-competitive or competitive? link


-ESPN convinced Sony, P&G and Pixar to produce expensive 3D commercials for its new sports channel. link

-RKCR/Y&R London’s D&AD-winning spot for BBC Local Radio (above) gets spotlighted on Leo Burnett’s Cannes prediction site. link

-Critical Mass’s Chris Wells talks about building brand loyalty through “extraordinary customer experiences.” link

-Chrysler Group CEO Sergio Marchionne is telling employees that the company has made progress but still has a long way to go. link

-Butler Bros developed a short film for Legacy, which is taking up the fight against Big Tobacco. link

-Artist Carson Ting added a colorful mural to the walls at Toronto agency Rethink. link

Fast Company: Teens who are social online are social in life, but hate TV and Foursquare. link

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