-Colin Nagy joined the Barbarian Group as its first executive director of earned/social media.
-Apple’s iAd platform is not slaying it. link
-Framestore is welcoming back smoke artist Matt Clarke.
-Twitter wants to make tweeting easier. link
-GM is expected to file an IPO tomorrow. link
–Modern Family actor Ty Burrell brings the Bing. link
-The University of British Columbia selected DDB Canada’s Vancouver office for two distinct assignments, which includes providing strategic counsel for an existing awareness campaign and will also develop new fundraising, alumni communications program.
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