Miss the old days when the  Apple logo was rainbow-colored?  Get nostalgic by replacing the boring black Apple menu logo with a colored one!

To do this you will need:

Once GeekTool is installed, open it and drag the Image icon onto the desktop, which will create a new geeklet.  Then, in the grayish window:

  1. browse to the location of your retro Apple logo
  2. set the refresh rate to a very high number (to save on resources–the image never changes so it rarely needs to be refreshed)
  3. make sure to check the box to Keep on top or your logo will appear beneath the menu bar
  4. position it so it perfectly covers the old  Apple menu logo