I’ve created a web site for the Share Icon project: shareicons.com.
I’ve released the icon concept under four licenses (quad-licensed):
Right now I’ve got my initial icon concept up there since that is the one that got the most support here. This isn’t to say that this design is the final decision, I’ll be quite happy if additional concepts are submitted for consideration. I’ve set up a Flickr stream on the Share Icon web site and images tagged with ‘share-icon’ in Flickr will show up as concepts there.
And last but certainly not least, a big tip of the cap to Luke Wojewoda for the 16×16 pixel version, Matt Brett and his feed icons project and Chris Pirillo and his OPML icons project.
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Nice work. I love the icon, the web site, and the idea!
Luke: +1 on your beer tab.
Alex: +2 on yours.
Nice work man! I’ll try to install it on my blog.
Nice work, time to spread the word in blogosphere.
I am on it.:P
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Nice. I love the the idea!
Nice work. I love the icon, the web site, and the idea! very good.
From the shareicons.com site: “Nextumi, Inc. (DBA ShareThis) is the owner of this Share Icon.”
What’s with the above Creative Commons claim?!