Goldieblox has posted the apology that they legally settled to do, instead of continuing into the court battle that Goldieblox started. It's a non-apology apology, hiding behind semantics, and its served as an image at the bottom of their website.
Here's a neat site for the designers & art directors out there: Brand Colors. At a glance see what Dribbble, Dropbox, Coca Cola, Adobe, Dell, Flickr and Flattr have as their brand colors. You can download the colors as CSS, LESS, SCSS or ACE. You can sort the colors in collections, like music and photography. The only thing that would make this better if you could submit a color palette and automagically turn that into downloadable css. That would be magic. Our brand colors above, are not listed on the site... Yet. ;)
While some ad agencies are trying to re-brand themselves as "storytellers" and "branded content creators" and opening small offices in Los Angeles, they'll soon find that Stun Creative is already there and has a great big head start on creating branded entertainment. Situated a skip away from LACMA with equal travel distance to the studios of Brentwood as to Sony's Culver City, Mark Feldstein and Brad Roth have built a company that can create anything from comedy, to commercials, to a branded documentary.