Monday Odds And Ends

By SuperSpy 

– Missed the VMA’s? Watch the two minute re-cap above or just know that Brit Brit won like nine hundred awards. It’s all about ratings kids. (link)

– Who will be Microsoft’s new head of advertising? Adage makes some guesses. (link)

– Madison Ave. is a bit nervous about Google’s browser, Chrome. (link)

– Surprise! Advertisers told Donald Trump that having Girls Gone Wild CEO Joe Francis on Celebrity Apprentice was a deal breaker. (link)

– Fame, a unit of Omnicom Group’s TBWA, has landed creative duties on grocery chain SuperValu’s $85 million account, the client confirmed last week. (link)

– Get ready for a lot more food advertising. (link)

– New York Times writer, Clive Thomspon, gets deep about social media’s effect on intimacy. (link)

– Twitad is trying to help you sell products via Twitter. Well, someone had to do it. (link)

– Wallpaper magazine’s October issue of design and fashion magazine will be guest edited by three legendary women creatives and will go on sale with three individually designed covers. Cool. (link)

– Get your facts straight on the history of minorities and advertising agencies. (link)