Cool way to make your FavIcons

So, it’s Christmas morning, the kids are in bed and I’m using stumbleupon to see what’s out on the net when I stumbled onto this cool online tool that lets you upload an image and turns it into a favicon.

Check it out here: favikon

BTW, for you young parents who didn’t get to read this until the day after Christmas because your kids got up first on Christmas morning, it does get better :)

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