Camino and Cyberduck have both released minor updates, giving me the opportunity to mention how much I love these two applications. Camino is my preferred Mac browser, faster and more Mac OS-looking than Firefox. It has enough of the features I like in Firefox, such as tabbed browsing and embedded search bar. Cyberduck is my current FTP program of choice for PERL scripting, allowing me to automatically launch my text editor to edit a file.
The main improvement I have noticed in Camino is stability, since I upgraded from 1.0a to 1.0b. The bookmarks bar and browser tabs match colors better than they used to. The release notes also explain why I used to periodically lose all my favicons! Cyberduck also improved stability and enabled inline file renaming, which I had missed.