#TheDailySpin: On Cow Appreciation Day, Google+ unveils plan for brand pages

Better get your brand moovin’ to Google’s new social network. Plus, QR codes declared dead, Erica Kane lives on, and Toyota helps narrow the generation gap.

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Get moovin’. It’s Cow Appreciation Day. I must’ve missed that section in the card aisle. Sure, it’s a made-up holiday by Chick-fil-A marketers, but aren’t most holidays?

Gone too soon: Business Insider declares the death of the QR code.

Speaking of obsolete technology, USBs may one day become a thing of the past thanks to remote servers. But they come in handy, and if we had one of these 83 unique flash drives, you’d better believe we’d use it every chance we got. Besides, where else are you going to store everything—the Cloud?

The Toyota Venza steers the generational gap between parents and their offspring—even on social media. (Watch the rest of the spots at Ads of the World)

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