Color’s Totally Public Photo Swapping Service Has A Public Office To Match
Stroll through downtown Palo Alto right now, and there's a chance you'll pass by one of the most buzzed-about startups in the Valley: Color , the new photo-swapping service that raised $41 million pre-launch and has been met with waves of hype and backlash . Color's office is pretty nondescript from the outside — that is, until you notice the handwritten note that's hanging on the door. Color CEO Bill Nguyen , who sold Lala to Apple in 2009 before starting Color, has written a letter to passersby inviting them to come inside and check out the office — where they'll actually be able to submit ideas for the product. Here's the full text: "What is Color? We are an open social network for your iPhone and Android.