Tuesday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Terrible Photoshopping plagues a Copenhagen campaign. link

-Walmart’s answer to Amazon? You guessed it, Drive-thru! link


-Doner extends its deal with MediaBank for its media buying technologies. link

-Hollywood, CA-based prodco The Directors Bureau signed Romain Gavras for US commercial and music video representation. link

-David Armano is leaving social-media consultancy Dachis Group to join indie PR shop Edelman. link

-Twitter moves closer to corporate micro-blogging. link

-Editor & Publisher will squeeze at least one more issue out in January. link

-Interactive agency Rosetta launced an augmented reality-based holiday card. link

-Android Market hits the 20,000 apps mark. link

-Australia wants to filter the internet. link

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