A few stories ClickZ’s editors are reading:
AOL Sues Advertise.com for Trademark Infringement Domain is called “confusingly similar” to Advertising.com. (Domain Name Wire)
CBS, Pepsi Create Video Ad to Run in Print The ad world gets video-in-magazines. What’s next, print-on-mobile? (AdAge)
A Second Chance for Second Life Big companies like Northrop, IBM Use Virtual World are reported to use the site for training and client meetings. (Wall Street Journal)
Washington Post Shuts Down Hyperlocal Site LoudounExtra.com will redirect to a page on WashingtonPost.com.
Craigslist Ad Leads to Harrassment Charge (StLToday.com)
iPhone apps are spyware: Panic! (ComputerWorld)
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