The new Google favicon, a two word review

Tuesday, 27 January 2009

Nothing says I love you spastic colon like Google’s new favicon which could be at home only in a cellular automata generator which is fed on Piet Mondrian canvases and loved not even by a mother but perhaps the odd spore mold aficionado with toilet training issues and red-green color blindness.

By the way, the original submitted by André Resende was much less objectionable. Welcome to working with an editor André. Good work to mangle serves them as a sort of psychological Viagra®.

If you’ve got an iPhone you already know that we’ve got a new “favicon” around here; for the Impoveriti here’s what you’re missing–

Apple touch icon » Sedition·com

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