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    Looking for a "Dock Bumpersticker"
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    Looking for a "Dock Bumpersticker"
    I had an idea while driving home today, and I was sure someone else would have thought of it, but I did a search on online and couldn't find anything.

    I want a sticker with the OS X dock on it. How cool would that be along the bottom edge of the back window of a car?

    Anyone seen one anywhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaygray View Post
    I had an idea while driving home today, and I was sure someone else would have thought of it, but I did a search on online and couldn't find anything.

    I want a sticker with the OS X dock on it. How cool would that be along the bottom edge of the back window of a car?

    Anyone seen one anywhere?
    Yeah, some guy in Germany had one custom made for his car.

    It was definitely pretty cool.
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    Looking for a "Dock Bumpersticker"
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    You can make your own bumper stickers at Zazzle.com. You can take a snapshot of your desktop, crop it so that it's just your dock showing, then upload the picture on the bumper sticker.

    Zazzle is really cool and it's editing interface is simple to use. I have used Custom Ink before, and Zazzle is a lot better. I make some of my shirts on Zazzle. You can make everything from shoes to bags to pens.

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    Great idea!it be really cool if you make it magnified in a section with the Cursor

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickeydog82 View Post
    Great idea!it be really cool if you make it magnified in a section with the Cursor
    That's how the German guy's bumper sticker was.
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    Being an OfficeMax employee we sell "Make your own bumper sticker kits" I think they are made by Avery, I don't know how well they work but they just go through a standard printer. Should work pretty good.

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    I did this a while back. Printed my own. The problem was I couldn't find decent sticker paper. The Avery stuff lasted maybe a month or so. It dod look cool though.


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