I've heard of GIMP before; it's an open-source image editing piece of software akin to PhotoShop/Fireworks. I've never tried to use it, however, since, 1. it may have had a Linux requirement that I couldn't meet (meaning it required Linux, which I didn't have; that's right, I'm not that much of a geek) and 2. the source files weren't packaged in a way that I could use without ripping out hair, nails, etc.
It seems now that GIMPShop comes to the rescue.
Link to GIMPShop.net which states:
"Welcome to GIMPShop dot Net. Your one-stop-shop for all the news, downloads, and tips for GIMPShop. GIMPShop is a free graphics editor for Mac, Linux, and Windows. It's easy to pick up and learn, especially if you already know Photoshop. Check back often for the latest!"
That's not the developers site (which happens to be this) but does have links to the downloads.
Is it any good? I don't know. I haven't tried it yet. But I do want to. I don't have any graphic editing software on my PC but I do have Fireworks on my iMac. My old, slow iMac.
So if you're tried it, is it any good?