– If you’re sharing your physical address and other critical contact information on your Facebook profile, the social networking giant quietly made that information available to its wide array of app-makers over the weekend. [The Guardian] – Turns out that many iPad users prefer in-content advertisements to ad-free paid subscriptions…. Read more“”

– Kendall Allen explores the prospect of “churnalism” as a viable business model. And this is an important tack for affiliates: Many are quickly learning that quantity over quality also means a number of leads that diminishes over time. [MediaPost] – Be an outsider. Ride sleeping giants. And enjoy success… Read more“”

– Twitter was the victim of your usual Tuesday morning javascript spam attack. [Gizmodo] – The iPad: Now and then. [Affiliate.com] – What keeps the performance marketing world from spinning its wheels? Tension. [MediaPost] – Facebook as the big elephant in the room between parents and their kids. [Adotas] –… Read more“”

– Well this could be embarrassing for Apple’s marketing department. A user has pointed out how the company doctors a screenshot from the Star Trek movie to show off what the iPad can’t do. [Digg] – Why a dip in invalid traffic rates doesn’t necessarily portend a decline in click-fraud…. Read more“”

– As a generation of web junkies, our ability to retain information is rapidly diminishing. [TECHi] – But on the flip-side, Monday also saw the graduation of the first class of Microsoft High School. [FastCompany] – This is “Duck vs. BP”–a free appavailable for download from the iTunes store. The… Read more“”

– One way to measure the most inventive companies in America: The number of approved U.S. patents in the past five years and divide it by the number of employees. [The Daily Beast] – Twitter finally launches its first concentrated geomarketing initiative with Twitter Places–which sees the microblogging service join… Read more“”

Presenting your Monday morning AM Affiliate with useful odds and ends like technology you can eat. – Sure in the early era of the Internet–Prodigy, anyone?–anonymity was an accepted fact of digital life. Now? Not so much. [Adotas] – Three myths about affiliate marketing broken down. [Lon’s Article Directory] –… Read more“”