• CNN looks at advertising on airport bathroom mirrors (best read while listening to above).
• We missed Charlie Sheen's Ustream debut Saturday night (which was panned) be see that he was skewered on SNL (with Lindsay Lohan), planning branded merchandise and being wooed by the producer of AMC's hit Walking Dead series.
• We also see that ... AmEx is teaming up with Foursquare ... Angry Birds will integrate with Facebook next month ... CBS and Turner feature Kings of Leon in March Madness campaign ... and some classic ad icons are getting a makeover.
More weekend headlines:
• Apple's iPad 2 is a better value than rival tablets, says NYT.
• AP looks at web TV.
• Courtney Love settles so-called Twitter lawsuit.
• Del Monte accused of greenwashing by wrapping individual bananas in plastic packaging.
• eBay beats Google and Apple as top tech brand in Alterian ranking.
• Honest Tea sale now complete to Coca-Cola, founder looks to keep the honesty in Honest Tea.
• Hong Kong Broadband Network profiled in NYT for cheap, ultrafast high-speed Internet platform.
• In-game advertising falls out of favor.
• John Lewis to offer savings bond to UK consumers.
• Johnny Depp's animated Rango tops weekend box office.
• Reuters' Felix Salmon isn't impressed by FT's paywall strategy.
• Starbucks green retail stores are ready to take off/
• Tina Brown's Newsweek relaunch hits newsstands Monday. On the cover: Hillary Clinton.
• US launches @america — the US government’s first attempt at creating a full-fledged cultural center and branding campaign since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
& WSJ looks at introduction of product placement in the UK.