Denver Gets Ego, Canada Goes Social, Merv Griffin Dies, Caveman Loses
- The Denver Egoist hopes to "promote creative growth in Denver" while at the same time admitting Denver is "conceptually stunted."
- Muchmor Media, an independent Canadian web publisher, has launched mymuchmor.com a social network for naturalized Canadians and the 270,000 newcomers who arrive in Canada every year.
- Cynopsis reports Merv Griffin, creator and producer of game show hits Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune, died yesterday. He was 82.
- As if some sort of shocking news, Advertising Age reports insurers are shying away from advertising on the Geico-inspired ABC show Caveman. Apparently, there are no industries other than insurance who advertise on TV.
- The Hispanic quinceanara has spawned yet another medium, Hearst Magazine's MyQuinceMag.com.
- ASS2.0 launches in Buttfuck, Arkansas to "concentrate on the development of strategies aimed at getting back at people who have maligned" the characters of Britney Spears, Sean Womak and Julie Rhoem.