This sounds promising

Open-source camera could revolutionize digital photography

Stanford scientists’ open-source camera could change photography by giving programmers anywhere the power to change camera features and create new possibilities.

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G11 v G10

I’m sticking with the G10. If you’re looking for HD video in a compact you need to look elsewhere. Along with the Olympus OM1, the μ[mju:]-II (Stylus), perhaps the Nikon F70/F90 series and most certainly the Sony F828 a piece of equipment – a camera – to enjoy. Here are some thoughts in the G10/G11 debate. Bill Lockheart has his say and of course we have dpreview.

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Safari Public Beta 4

Very nice. A toss up between Safari and Chrome. Firefox increasingly a distant third with IE – used for one specific task – coming in last. Still after 4 years of Firefox only having 4 browsers at hand depending upon the job is rather cool. BTW I’m on Vista machine with heaps of RAM.

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