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Trek Tech

Eight high-tech Star Trek devices.

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Spaceship Earth

A close-up of Spaceship Earth, with vivid color.

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EPCOT Network Nodes

Network volume icons of Disney's EPCOT Center.

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Inauguration Day

Commemorates the swearing in of our 44th President of the United States

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Invader Zim

The majestic, zany symbol of the Irken Empire is displayed proudly in this desktop picture inspired by Invader Zim.

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Justice League

Logos of some of the world's finest super heroes.

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Trek Insignia

Affiliate logo icons from the Star Trek universe.

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Ravenswood Revisited

Classic Ravenswood Halloween set updated for OS X.

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Archon

Classic desktop icons based on the C64 video game.

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NewtCons

Green glowing icons based on Apple's Newton OS.

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