has released updates to its utilities Baseline and Iris. Both applications are free updates for registered users; Iris and Baseline cost $30 and $10 respectively.
Baseline is a disk scanning tool for Mac OS X. It shows you what’s changed on your hard disk drive and how large each item is. It can compare scans to previously-saved scans, showing you what’s changed and by how much. It will also show you how much space individual files or folders currently occupy.
Iris is an application designed to complement the iSight webcams Apple builds into many of its currently shipping Mac models. You can use Iris to take snapshots, record movies, do timelapse photography, for motion detection with e-mail alerts, send movies or snapshots by Mail, post to the Flickr Web site, or export content to iPod, Apple TV or iPhone.
Iris 1.0.3 and Baseline 1.0.1 enhance Leopard compatibility, according to MildMannered Industries. They feature new 512 pixel icons, so they look better in CoverFlow.