Thursday Odds And Ends

By SuperSpy 

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– JWT New York director of business development K.J. Weir is leaving the agency fold after nine years to become a recruiter at The Talent Business. (link)

– An idea for planning your digital afterlife. (link)

– Damn. The United States may be facing a Japanese-like lost decade (link)

– Google closes down lesser-known services, lays off staff. (link)

– US suffers biggest annual job losses since 1945, government report shows. (link)

– Fuck it. Go make your own Marvel super hero. (link)

– Star Wars: Retold by someone who hasn’t seen it. (link)

– 20 totally fricking awesome vintage video game ads. (link)

– Playmate Kendra Wilkinson cheated on Hugh Hefner while living in the mansion. There goes the brand. (link)

Run DMC glides into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. (link)

Don Epperson, the longtime CEO of Havas Digital, will exit at month’s end and be replaced by two co-CEOs: Gabriel Saenz de Buruaga and Anthony Rhind, both Havas Digital veterans. (link)

– Adweek writer Brian Morrissey has got a new blog. (link)

– Study: Advertising can make watching television more enjoyable. (link)

– This week marks the tenth anniversary of the Jon Stewart show. Watch a clip from his first show above. (link)

– Love “Rube & Lullaby” – an interactive narrative for the iPhone. (link)

– Check out the daily routines of remarkable people. (link)

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