BABELFISH – Top Headlines – June 9, 2008

June 9, 2008 at 12:17 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The Next Generation: These five up-and-coming interactive agencies are looking at the Web in a different light
AdWeek

Eisner in No Hurry to Create Branded Content
AdAge

Why CMOs Can’t Keep Their Jobs

Adotas

Google earth Sightseer Newsletter
Google

Seven Buzz Monitoring Sites To Watch

Mediapost

New MRM Chief Creative Reveals Plans For Agency
Mediapost

Honey, I think You NEED An iPhone: experimenting with interfaces and imagining what mobile interactivity can be someday
Mediapost

Why Web Sites And Online Marketing Suck (Joe Mandese)
Mediapost

Why Traditional Advertising Formats Fail On The Web
Publishing 2.0

Why most viral marketing amounts to lazy, clueless chatter (Joseph Jaffe)
AdWeek

The Obama Connection: Barack Obama’s grasp of the central place of Internet-driven social networking that has propelled his campaign
NY Times

Design anthropology: What can it add to your design practice?
Adobe

The Online Industry Answers its Accusers: dodgy metrics, disastrous media investments, and empty promises of better, firmer standards
Mediapost

How Can E-commerce be Made More Successful — Make it more Sensual, Study Says
Physics Org

The Future of the Internet, according to Trendsetters
Earthweb

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