yojimbo makeover

February 13, 2008 | 3 Comments

As much as I love Yojimbo, the icon (to the right) has never quite revved my engines. Somehow, the karate kick just doesn’t inspire me to tuck away thoughts dredged the murky depths of my soul.

Thanks to my friend Todd, I’m now sporting a new Yojimbo icon that looks like a short stack of brand new moleskine notebooks. The icon comes from a program called Notae. (Notae looks like a pretty handy little app in it’s own right — I might need to try it out.)

(Note: For some reason, the paragraph with the instructions was breaking my feed, so I’ve posted them in the comments.)

Now enjoy the inspiration that streams out of your dock.

  • gary

    best post yet…

  • John

    If you would like to change your Yojimbo icon, it is a snap. Download Notae (or any app whose icon you would like to use). In your finder, select the program and hit apple-i to open the info window. Also, go ahead and find Yojimbo in your finder and open its info window. Click on the icon in the upper left of the Notae info window and hit apple-c. Now, click on the icon in the upper left of the Yojimbo info window and hit apple-v. It will look like this…

  • thanks. now i can actually stand to see yojimbo in my dock without wanting to barf.