Things That Go Bump In The Byte: A Two-Fer From Iconfactory

The Iconfactory has announced the release of Halloween icons in addition to the redesign of the Iconfactory Web site. World of Aqua: After Dark are icons for Mac OS X with a Halloween theme and are available at the new Web site. According to Iconfactory:

The webis number one source for quality freeware icons for the Macintosh, The Iconfactory, is pleased to announce that our Web site has been redesigned and expanded for even greater ease of use.

Version 5.0 of The Iconfactory has eliminated frames as well as enabled remote searching of our GUI database of Web sites - The Deskbase. You can now look for icons, desktop pictures and more right from your browseris favorites list without surfing to The Iconfactory. All this, plus new freeware icon sets for OS X, and our annual Halloween makeover (to be posted this Wednesday), all give users new reasons to stop by the factory and check us out. We know you wonit be disappointed.

More from the Iconfactory:

The Iconfactory is pleased to announce the immediate availability of our latest freeware icon collection for Mac OS X - World of Aqua: After Dark. Created by resident artist, Dave Brasgalla, WOA: After Dark continues the immensely popular World of Aqua series of OS X icons into the realm of Halloween. The set includes photo-realistic icons of traditional Halloween trappings like Jack-O-Lanterns, Black Cats and Candy, but also includes unique WOA offerings like Halloween themed hard drives, folders and a few
surprises.

We invite you to stop by the Iconfactory, which has been re-dressed in its annual spooky make over, and download World of Aqua: After Dark as either a standard icon set or as a space saving IconDropper pack. From all of the workers at the factory, have a safe, fun and happy Halloween!

You can find more information about World of Aqua: After Dark at the Iconfactory Web site. The Halloween icons are available free.

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