Mac OS X utility for keeping applications, files or utilities synchronized on multiple machines.
"This essay describes the surprising results of a brief trial with a group of new computer users about the relative ease of the command line interface versus the GUIs now omnipresent in computer interfaces."
Roller is server-based weblogging software, a web application that is designed to support multiple simultaneous weblog users and visitors. Roller supports all of the latest-and-greatest weblogging features such as comments, WYSIWYG HTML editing, page templates, RSS syndication, trackback, blogroll management, and provides an XML-RPC interface for blogging clients such as w:bloggar and nntp//rss. Roller is written entirely in Java with calls to Java Servlet and JDBC APIs.
The Apple Store provides academic pricing for homeschoolers.
Now there's no need to buy a separate device to connect your iTunes with your stereo. Easy network expansion with little effort required. Very sweet.
The Issue Dealer is a simple product for managing (structuring, editing, prioritizing, categorizing) issues. It is primarily used to manage information and tasks. It can be used as an issue tracker, knowledge management tool, or outliner.
PulpFiction is a RSS/Atom feed reader for Mac OS X. Featuring a familiar Mail-like interface.
ecto is a feature-rich desktop blogging client for MacOSX and Windows, supporting a wide range of weblog systems, such as TypePad, MovableType, WordPress, Drupal, Nucleus, Blogger, and more. ecto is the successor of the wildly popular Kung-Log.
A Power PC emulator that runs on Intel boxes and may eventually run Mac OS X.