Mozilla 1.0 is almost available. It’s getting exciting as everyone’s favorite open source web browser is slowly creeping towards its first stable release.
Archive for May, 2002
Visit Zombo.com. If you haven’t seen it yet, you really should see it.
I’ve searched all over the Internet and looked in every camera shop in town, and nobody currently has the Canon D60.
It’s one camera that’s really in high demand.
As such, I’ve put my name on several waiting lists in the area and have also ordered it from Ritz Camera. It should be arriving sometime between now and two months, and I’m not charged until it ships (meaning that if I happened to find it elsewhere before then, I can cancel and get it at some other place).
Hopefully I will have the camera sooner than later. (:
In fiddling with it, I can see that this can actually be useful, as many of the color-correcting features are located all in one plugin, and this makes it easier (and higher quality) than bouncing back-and-forth between the curves, levels, hsv, and other dialogs. Its features include instant updating of the image, a nice visualization scope, and it even "integrates" with the color dropper, and will allow you to select the pure white and pure black in the image.
If you’re using Gimp 1.2.x or even 1.3.x , you should definately check it out.