To change the song icon in Alfred.app, right-click on Alfred.app and select ‘Show Package Contents’. Navigate then to Contents/Resources/ and replace the file ‘itunes_song.png’ with this one (and make sure you rename this new icon to ‘itunes_song.png’).
This will be replaced with each update to Alfred, so it needs to be fixed each time.
I will solve this problem better eventually. Like maybe I'll learn to distinguish which icon is which. Or I'll convince the developer to change it. Or.
‘Since Sep 23, 2010, @alfredapp has been shown 10,058 times. Average 37.5 times per day.’
I am not surprised to see I use the clipboard feature more than anything else, but a little surprised to see I use the iTunes controller more than the rest after that. I suppose it's because I typically have the same twelve apps open at all times and don't launch things much.
I *love* Alfred. It does everything I used Quicksilver for. It has never crashed or slowed down, looks great, and is developed actively.
The first camera traveled from Cape Cod, Massachusetts to Honolulu, Hawaii, collecting a total of seven pictures on its way. I ended up trying three more cameramail packages to Washington, to Japan, and to Masschusetts (all three when I was living in Hawaii) but never heard back.
In March of 2011 I was featured on Photojojo and got tens of thousands of hits on Flickr. A few months later I've also been featured on Lomography. I've been inspired to try the project again, this time to a Flickr member who contacted me named Jo in Australia.