Morning Links: Who Will Make Us Care About AOL?

AOL is looking for an advertising agency that can make people care about AOL again. We suggest they go for

AOL is looking for an advertising agency that can make people care about AOL again. We suggest they go for the millennial nostalgia vote. [AdAge]

IAC looking to unload 25% of Vimeo. [Pando Daily]

NBC’s livestream of the Super Bowl did not include the Madonna halftime show, leaving users wondering, “What’s the point?” [NY Times]

Speaking of, Anna Wintour is grateful that Madonna pimped out the Vogue brand in front of 100 million people. [WWD]

Genre fiction drives ebook sales. I mean, duh. [Guardian]

Canada’s Indigo Books & Music will not carry Amazon books. [PaidContent]

No matter: Amazon is opening its own brick and mortar retailer. [Good Ereader]

Sarah Palin agreed to write about Trig for Newsweek just weeks after she lambasted the magazine for employing ‘Trig Truther’ Andrew Sullivan. [HuffPo]

Karl Lagerfeld guest edited Metro. [WWD]

Disney + Univision = 24 hour cable news channel. [WSJ]

The next issue of Garage features a shotgun gay wedding between forest animals. [Page Six]

  Morning Links: Who Will Make Us Care About AOL?