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Free: 8bit  iPad2  icons

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.

Review: iPad (as digital picture frame)

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).