In the spur of the moment I created these 8bit iPad icons based on the old OS9 Macintosh smiley icon we all know and love. And with all the hullabaloo[1. Hullabaloo didn’t give me any issues with spell checker!] about the iPad2’s smart covers, I thought I’d better smash out those as well. You can have the .psd and .png files for free! Don’t know what you’d use them for, but you’re a creative guy or gal; you’ll think of something :) Download the files Download the PSD file (zip file, 461kb) Download the PNG file (png file, 57kb) Free to use and distribute however you wish; just please don’t resell them or claim them as your own work.
In the second instalment of ‘Reviews’ blog posts, I’ll give you my take on the iPad, in the context of what I bought it for. (And a little bit about the general context). There’s a bit of a preface to this review, so if you happen to be looking for information specifically about the iPad as a digital photo frame, you can skip ahead. Now, most people know me as a sort of a geek. I love computers (Macs), and I love the web (the web).