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Monday Odds and Ends

-WSJ: Advertising on Twitter remains an experiment. link

-Here’s what post-apocalyptic Las Vegas could look like if game developers had their say (above). link

-Canada bans an ad campaign for assisted suicide. link

-Apple’s iAd is threatening the three search giants. link

-Digitas unit Third Act hired Paul Kontonis, Eric Korsh and Teal Newland as VP’s/group directors, content strategy and development. link

-Unilever to acquire Albert Culver for $3.7 billion. link

-CBS chief Les Moonves: 2010 fall season ad rates at CBS are up 30% over upfront rates. link

-The IAB calls for “creative revolution” in ad formats. link

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