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  • OMMA's Agency of the Year 2010: Best Creative: Pereira and O'Dell
    "For us, 2010 was the year of integration," says PJ Pereira, co-founder and CCO, of Pereira and O'Dell. "Not that we ever had things too separate, because we were born ...
  • OMMA's Agency of the Year 2010: Best Media Planning and Buying: Mullen
    "I was sitting at home one weekend," says John Moore, chief media officer at Mullen's mediahub, "and I was thinking, 'What are the 35 or 40 media questions that I ...
  • OMMA's Agency of the Year 2010: Best Web Design and Development: Rockfish Interactive
    Only a few years ago, Kenny Tomlin sat in a doctor's waiting room thumbing through a copy of Inc. with the magazine's notable "500" list. Rockfish was still just an ...
  • The iPhoneme: When Telephony Meets Angry Birds
    Increasingly our phones are not phones at all. There's the old saw about the iPhone being the Swiss Army knife of phones, good for everything but making calls (though lately, ...
  • AdKeeper Secures $35M, Readies Public Launch
    "If you stop someone on the street and ask, 'Do advertisers respect you?' the average person is going to say, 'No, not at all: They try to interrupt; they try ...
  • The World According To Facebook
    Democracy UK has compiled a Facebook-eye-view of the year in connectivity. And the lives of 500 million people can be a bit overwhelming. Yes, imagine that "so very special" trailer ...
  • OK, But Telecom Providers Are Still Dead, Right?
    As long as you are holding that phone, could you please pass it to Google? "Google has assembled all the pieces it needs to be a mobile provider like Verizon, ...
  • Hold the Phone: Web Not Dead
    Piling onto the bad news about magazine sales on the iPdad, Bradford Cross on his blog Measuring Measures, makes the case that the iPad is "destroying the future of journalism," ...
  • New Year's Day Massacre At Myspace: Staff Could Be Cut In Half
    Sources tell All Things D that Myspace is mulling over taking a hatchet to its 1,100 staff count by half now that its a lean-mean entertainment machine. "While the ...
  • 'HTC Scribe' Android Tablet Patent Filing Puts Gadget Geeks In Gear
    A patent filing from HTC for a "handheld wireless device, namely, a tablet computer" even gives the device a name: Scribe. Gadget geeks can now debate over whether the filing ...
  • App Offers (Tiny) Live Times Square Experience
    When the clock strikes midnight on New Year's eve some will toast with sparkling wine, others may kiss their loved ones, while some will whip out their phones and look ...
  • Skype Video Calling Hits iPhone (1.3 Billion Chinese Sigh)
    Giving China even more reason to ban it, Skype has unveiled a video calling for its iPhone App. The feature is no surprise, but the timing is. Writes Endgadget: "All ...
  • Walking Dead Delicious
    TechCrunch relates the unfortunate purgatorial state of Delicious. Yahoo had first said it was shutting the bookmarking site down. Then it said it wasn't but was selling it off. The ...
  • Pshawing Pew Data
    Pew this morning released data that 65 percent of those surveyed this fall paid for online content. But what's it really say about consumers willingness to pay for content? um, ...
  • Savior Crucified: iPad Magazine Sales Slump
    "Remember when Wired's debut issue for the iPad sold more than 100,000 times in June?," asks WWD. (Ahh those were those heady times, those early days of April ...
  • 'Facebook' Most-Searched Term In 2010, 'Facebook Login' No. 2, Followed Closely By 'Facebook.com'
    Giving (perhaps frightening) insight into the way many people use search engines, Hitwise has tabulated its annual list of the most frequently used search terms. "Facebook" topped the list for ...
  • Ed:Blog: The Whole Durned Human Comedy
    It's always a shock to lose a loved one, dear reader. We're no different. This online media and marketing armor doesn't mean we're any less human. And yes, we took ...
  • Online Media Daily's 10 Top Stories Of 2010
    The list of 10 most-read stories in Online Media Daily this year is dominated by tales of developments at Facebook and research into social media. However, the top slot (and ...
  • Paul Allen Still Claiming He Invented Algorithms That Run The Internet
    Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, has renewed his attacks on some of the Web's biggest companies, alleging in a lawsuit that they are guilty of infringing patents on technology created ...
  • Stop, Or My Mom Will Tweet
    Culture Map has the year in 2010 social media from the perspective of a high school student. For him it was notable for the day that will live in infamy: ...
  • Angry Nerd Declares The End of Geekery
    "Wake up, Geek Culture. time to die," proclaims comedian Patton Oswald in Wired. He prefaces his rant by saying he's not a nerd, but was one "back 30 years ago ...
  • Angry Birds Creator Squawks About Android, iOS
    Peter Vetserbacka, the maker Angry Birds (he holds the title "Mighty Eagle" at Rovario) tells Tech N' Marketing that Android is "challenging for developers," and theta he prefers working with ...
  • Wired-Salon Wikileaks Flame War
    Salon's Glenn Greenwald has responded to Wired's double response to his criticism in response to Wired's Manning/Lamo-gate coverage on Wikileaks. Too meta new media journalism for you? Wait there's more. ...
  • Groupon Valuation Valuations
    Now that Google has passed on Groupon and the group-buying platform is worth like a bajillion dollars (give or take $5 to 10$ billion), let the postmortems begin. Groupon's latest ...
  • Collaborative Consumption Isn't Just For Breakfast Anymore
    On BBH Labs blog Saneel Radia offers his take on the influence of collaborative consumption platforms, using Rachel Botsman's TEDX talk as a launching point. "If you're in the business ...
  • Sears-Kmart Offers Me-Too Movie Download Service
    The me-too services crowding Netflixes space are multiplying by the minute. Following in the footsteps of Best Buy and Walmart, Sears-Kmart has launched its own movie download service. So called ...
  • Google's Leaked Music Streamer
    While Apple is busy celebrating the arrival of the Beatles in the United States like some over-eager teenager at Shea Stadium Google is building a cloud-based music service for this ...
  • SEC Looking Into Private Trading Activity In Facebook, Other Social Nets On Emerging Exchanges
    Action at under-the-regulatory-radar exchange markets trading shares of hot private tech companies such as Facebook has raised a few eyebrows at the SEC. It's unclear what specific activity has caught ...
  • iPad 2.0 Rumormongering: CDMA! Verizon! Enlarged Slots!
    While Apple has not yet been sued for anything related to iPad 2, give it some time. Most of the information concerning the device and currently burning up gadgethead forums ...
  • Apple May Want To Regift Christmas Privacy Lawsuits To Google
    A new class action lawsuit claiming iPhone and iPad devices share personally identifiable information about their users habits with advertisers has been filed against Apple. The suit alleges the devices, ...