Wednesday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-An update from today’s Chrysler telethon: the Dodge Viper will die again and be replaced by an all-new sports car in 2012 using Fiat parts for internal organs. link

-Chrysler update #2: The company promises better quality at launch, adds 200 engineers. link


-180 LA promoted Amir Farhang to creative director of digital and innovation. link

-Kolle Rebbe in Hamburg unveiled the frisky ad above for KY. link

-Charges have been dropped in NYC against the G20 “Twitterists”. link

-Microsoft cuts 800 more jobs. link

-AOL ad revenue continues to slide. link

-Seniors yell “Don’t Cut Medicare!” at Congress in a national TV ad. link

-Dr. Mehmet Oz will be accepting an Honorary CLIO at the CLIO Healthcare Awards on November 13th. link

-Vaseline, ESPN and BBH want men to love lotion, too. link

-TechCrunch bans Microsoft PR “forever” for blowing an embargo about the redesign. link

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