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Hot on the heels of the Flickr Chicklet that I whipped up last night, here is a Twitter one for the collection. Well, two is not quite a collection but I mean well.

Nothing much to say here really. Couldn't find a chicklet much like I couldn't for the Flickr logo, so just ended up doing one myself for my own site. But if you like it you are more than free to grab it and use it yourself.

Hope it does it's job. Please just don't try and enlarge it, it looks awful at any magnification due to the small and regular default Chicklet size of 80px by 15px.

Wonderful.

Ofcourse you are free to use these however you wish. It would be appreciated though if you could find somehow to link to this page or at least my site. Nothing obtrusive, just maybe a link in your Blogroll or something. That would be nice.


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