From Institute Of the Future:
Most digital cameras store loads of meta-data within the image files that they create, these data make up the EXIF standard. They include things like the exact time the photo was taken, the f-stop, the flash setting, etc. I wanted to view this information as part of my online photo album, but I couldn't find an EXIF library that exported to TXT and HTML, so I wrote a small application around Drew Noakes' raw extraction library. I guessed that it would only take me a day or so to clean it up to a releasable point, so I went ahead and did it. Oh, this is open-source (it's Java 1.3 code).
What's new in this version:
fixed big problem with "Process Folder" option - it now works!