Wednesday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Mark Zuckerberg unveiled new Facebook privacy features. link

-The Justice Department is set to scrutinize Apple’s online music tactics. link

-Carol “Fuck off” Bartz promises movement on ad products and revenue. link

-Levi’s launched a summer of free, downloadable song covers from the likes of Nas, Dirty Projectors and She & Him. link

-Philly-based firm Stick and Move’s new “Pixelator Board” (above) lets you get butt-naked in the outdoors without incident. link

-Design collective Kharma NYC launched a good deeds project called “This is What Matters to Me.” link

-Portland transit agency TriMet launched an AR browser dubbed junaio, which is available as an iPhone app. link

-BP isn’t sweating the Twitter parody. link

-Bridgestone will serve as the official tire of the NHL, NHLPA and the Hockey Hall of Fame for the next five years.

-Kathleen Kindle rejoined Omnicom-owned Siegel+Gale as strategy director. link

-Lisa Gregorian was named CMO of Warner Bros. TV group. link

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