Monday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Facebook’s about to reach 500 million users. link

-Is Budweiser Photoshopping teeth in its ads? link


-Former CP+B media supervisor Sarah Tefs, who worked on the BK account, moved down the street in Boulder to take the same post at TDA.

-Ad blocking crosses over to the real world. link

-Foursquare is talking to Google, Yahoo and Microsoft about search partnerships. link

The Awl: Rap songs about consumer goods have been ruined by viral marketing. link

-NYC-based prodco Nola Pictures signed director Nick Lewin to its roster. link

-Former JetBlue exec Nigel Adams has joined indie interactive agency Rosetta as partner of talent management and leadership development. link

-Seattle-based digital agency Pop welcomed Publicis West alum Laura Porto Stockwell as its VP of experience strategy.

-According to a study released by appssavvy, virtual goods deliver real-world results for brands. link

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