Tuesday Odds And Ends

By SuperSpy 

John Updike – RIP. (link)

– Where my dorks at? If you know who Boxxy is/was, then check out the play by play of her internet take down. (link)

– Ex-Lehman boss ‘sold’ $14m mansion to wife for $100. (link)

Alvaro Siza, one of the best architects in the world is the first Portuguese architect to receive the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture. (link)

– Stats: Advertising to the US Hispanic market was up in 2007, but Spanish-language advertising was down and is disproportionately small when compared with the overall US Latino population. (link)

– Sarkissian Mason has released a “Web of Secrets” for HBO and the show Big Love. (link)

Brad Kelly has left AKQA NY to be the production director at Struck in Utah. (link)

– Background drop on the Miller spokesman, Windell Middlebrooks. (link)

– 9 reasons why Cadbury’s eyebrows video is a hit. (link)

– Havas’ Euro RSCG Edge, a digital and direct shop, has named industry veteran Greg Johnson president. (link)

– Study: A quarter of Americans aren’t on the web. (link)

– Man buys used iPod, gets 60 pages of sensitive military data. (link)