Thursday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Alex Bogusky wonders what would happen if agencies stopped advertising to kids. link

-Twitter takes a good licking from the FTC for its privacy lapses. link


-McCann SF threw an HP/Interscope Records-sponsored high school graduation party with guests Dr. Dre and Timbaland. link

-Our pals at music house Little Ears handled music supervision duties for the Morgan Spurlock-produced doc Floating: The Nathan Gocke Story. link

-Stefan Jacoby, head of VW’s North American business, has been tapped by Volvo to take over as CEO in August. link

-DUMBO-based shop Carrot Creative designed the website for “Her Universe,” an online hub/store for female sci-fi fans (are there any?). link

-NYC & Company launched an anti-Vegas campaign of sorts on behalf of the Big Apple. link

-Wolff Olins New York won the Bronze Design Lion in Large Scale Corporate Identity Schemes for its rebranding work on AOL. link

-Let’s all play in Now Corporation’s Twitter garden at Cannes, shall we? link

-Draftfcb New York VP/group media director Bhavana Smith talks to advertisers about “The Three Screens.” link

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