Since then, I have seen it mentioned in a couple of other places, including (if memory serves) Rat, Camel (currently 50% off, via that link), and the Spikey Ball.
nit: It's not a rat, it's a mouse! Quick quote from the Colophon:
The animal featured on the cover of CGI Programming for the World Wide Web is a mouse, a rodent of the family Muridae.
This ends today's extremely pointless fact, g'day!
Dr. Michael K. Neylon - email@example.com
"You've left the lens cap of your mind on again, Pinky" - The Brain
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