This is actually no big deal from a technical standpoint (Norton had a utility long before OSX that could do this, though in practice it caused more crashes than it caught), but I still found it both interesting an amusing: I was browsing around, when suddenly the "This application has unexpectedly quit" dialogue popped up". I thought for a moment, and realized that not only was the browser still open, I could still switch windows, scroll, and the back command even seemed to work. When I eventually tried clicking within a window, Camino finally died completely, at which point its own crash reported appeared, but it was funny to see that the OS had realized Camino was dead before it had. Sort of a zombie effect, there. Wouldn't it be nice if every application was kind enough to crash far enough to let the OS warn you, but not enough that you can't at least take stock of what you're about to loose before it dies?