Daily Links 7/13/2010: "Meaningful Use" regulations for EHRs finalized

Airclic and AirVersent Merge (PR Newswire)
Airclic had just raised about $18 million in a private equity offering related to the merger, according to an SEC filing.

Tyco Electronics buys ADC for $1.25 billion (Bloomberg via NJ.com)
Tyco Snaps Up ADC for $1.25B
(Light Reading Cable)
Tyco Electronics' operational headquarters is in Berwyn.

Comcast Empowers Customer-Care Crews
Listening to Front-Line Employees Leads to Bottom-Line Satisfaction Gains
(Multichannel News)
Comcast Says They're Doing Better At Support
Do you agree with them?
(Broadband Reports)

Comcast launches 100-meg internet service in N.J. (Newark Star-Ledger)

Sprint Considering LTE, Merger with T-Mobile (eWeek)

Meaningful Use’ Regs for Electronic Medical Records Finally Drop!
(Wall Street Journal: Health Blog)
Health and Human Services finalizes meaningful use for electronic health records (O'Reilly Radar)

Microsoft Dynamics Aims to Steal a Little Salesforce Thunder (Ecommerce Times)

How to Make Money in the Cloud: Microsoft, SAP, the Partner Dilemma and The Tools Solution (Enterprise Matters)


First Round Capital invests in another local internet advertising startup

Having just seen portfolio company Invite Media sold to Google for a reported $81 million, First Round Capital has helped back another Philly/New York based internet advertising startup named AdCopy, along with angel investors. AdCopy says it "leverages existing, pre-approved creative assets, like logos, icons, slogans and short brand messages to engage the consumer before they access the desired content". Specifically, the company is planning to build an advertising platform around "Captchas", those screens that make people type in a few characters to verify they are not bots.
The Philadelphia office is on South Broad and they are advertising for a senior account exec for the Philly/New York area. AdCopy's co-founders include Doubleclick (Google) alum Stu Libby and VoiceStar (Marchex) co-founder Ari Jacoby, who also had previous experience with Google.