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Monday, July 17, 2006 

Blog Favicon

Some of you might have noticed that the blog now has a favicon:


For those interested in creating their own favicon, I used Mridul's tips and the program iconographer to create the favicon. Iconographer is a great program for the Mac.

Hi Marcos,
I subscribed to your site via RSS feed to my news aggregator My Yahoo. The blog icon, however, remains that of the Blogger - and not this favicon. I don't know enough about this stuff to suggest a solution - but thought you'd like to know. Regds, Ram

Hi Ram,

Thanks! I don't know what needs to be done to have Yahoo pick up the right favicon. It does show up in a number of other places though..

Hi...I used this place to make a favicon for my blog and arcade.
Quick Favicon
Works well. They also have a gif image assembler that will let you make an animated banner or image.

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