As some of you may be aware, Firefox 3 was just released. One of the really nice things they added is support for ICC color profiles embedded in images (though you have to enable it).

In a nutshell, this means that you'll see images more like how the person who created the image intended. Considering I see many, many images from my web browser (as well as allowing others to see my images), I think this is pretty important.

As Firefox is one of the most popular browsers in use today, a lot of people should see benefits from this.

You can go here to see if your browser of choice implements this feature. Mine doesn't.

For you Apple fans, this isn't anything new. Safari has supported this for some time.