Tux Paint has been updated to v0.9.15. This update adds “a number of improvements on previous versions, including updates to the ‘Text’, ‘Stamp’, and ‘Eraser’ tool interfaces, improvements to the color palette, support for a wider range of display sizes, an expanded collection of add-on ‘stamps’, and new ‘Magic’ drawing tools, including a smudge tool, brushes that draw grass and bricks, and a brush that turns realistic images into cartoons.” The release notes are available here. Read the Favored Freeware entry for Tux Paint here.
Yasu has been updated to v1.3.5. This update is only available for MacOS X 10.4 and “fixes authentication routines to work with the Apple Security Update 2005-009 released on 11/29/05, and removes the ‘Update prebinding’ option since it’s irrelevant under Tiger.” Yasu v1.0.3 is still aviailable for users of MacOS X 10.2-10.3. Read the Favored Freeware entry for Yasu here.
Firefox has been updated to v1.5. “Firefox 1.5 introduces several new features, including an improved software update system, faster Back/Forward page navigation, a new options to clear private browsing data, drag-and-drop reordering of browser tabs, a redesigned Options/Preferences window and more robust popup blocking.” The release notes are available here. Read the Favored Freeware entry for Firefox here.
Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:
- Owen reviews Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
- Khaled discusses trust and collaboration.
- Michael shows us “just how easy it is to gather information on the government”.
- Craig discovers an ironic quote that is just as true now as it was over forty years ago.
- Orson ruminates on the consequences of divorce and its negative effects on the children of divorced couples.
- Sarah reports on the success of our MIDI Band concert.
- And, Tom publicly publishes an MP3 of his interview with TJ McIntyre.