PAiN is a diskmag related to the Swiss Demoscene. A diskmag is a publication like a magazine or a newspaper, but it's being destributed as a program with layout, sound and text. An electronic magazine. The diskmag PAiN appears (almost) monthly and features articles from all over the world. Loaders to display the issues under Linux X11 and GGI as well as under Windows are currently under development.
The Palm OS Emulator HOWTO guides users through the process of installing and setting up the Palm OS Emulator, an application for desktop computers that emulates the operations of Palm Computing Platform hardware devices. With it, users can load ROM images, applications, and databases and use them on their desktop computers.
Palmdoc, inspired by javadoc, is a Perl program intended to help Palm programmers document their projects. It takes a projectname as input and walks along the project files, generating an HTML document from the code and the comments. While palmdoc has some strict rules, it helps the programmer maintain a clear document-structure and minimizes the effort of having to write seperate documentation for each project.
Parallel Bladeenc is a true parallel version of the Bladeenc MP3 encoder; it distributes work across CPUs to speed up MP3 encoding. It uses the Message Passing Interface (MPI) for parallelization across SMPs and/or multiple machines. Hence, if you have a 4-way SMP, you can encode your MP3s about 4 times as fast as the regular Bladeenc; if you have two 4-way SMPs, you can encode about 8 times as fast.