Looking for a way to customize your iBook or your car or your skateboard with some stickers that show people how you feel? Check out
Hackerstickers.com, which makes custom stickers for the geeks and hackers in us all — at least the ones who aren’t afraid to show it.
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The site features a collection of stickers ranging from the “Mac Pirate,” an interesting play on the Mac OS “Smiley Face” logo doctored with an eye patch, to “Hackintosh,” or the an OS X-inspired variation on the Jolly Roger. And if warchalking is your thing, check out the “Wardriver” sticker or the “Macstumbler” homage.
If you find yourself using leet speak when you’re chatting with your online friends, you might want to think about adding a “31337” sticker, “0wn3d,” or “Hax0r” to your collection.
The stickers are vinyl and run about US$3 a piece. Many of them are available in color variations. You can order them straight from the site.