-RPA SVP/group creative director Jason Sperling chimes into the L.A. Egotist as part of the site’s “What We Learned in 2012″ series. link-

-”Coast to coast” music company Comma moved to a new space in NYC. link

-AKQA developed Delta Airlines’ first-ever iPad app dubbed “Fly Delta” (intro video above; download app here).

-EVB staffers fondly remember their late receptionist Liz Morton, who passed away last week from complications related to pancreatic cancer. link

-Sapient acquired Westport, CT-based analytics firm, (m)Phasize. link

-Nominations for this year’s Hubies have come to a close. link

-Deutsch LA will reportedly duke it out with BBH, 180 LA and Anomaly in a pitch for its longtime PlayStation account, which is expected to wrap by next month. link

-Facebook is apparently charging $100 to send a message directly to Mark Zuckerberg. link