Noink was designed as a Web-based image server to power the online comic strip site, Geekcomix.com. It is, however, general enough to be used as an abstract information server (allowing for indexing and archiving of images, text-based content, content external to the server, and other types of data). It can be configured via simple markup-like files, and has a fairly strong emphasis on security which includes password encryption. It has a simple forum feature built-in with moderator utilities, as well as a rich administration system with automated site archival.
Noptec Vector is an implementation of a bitmap vectorizing algorithm, specifically for creating background picture resources for the Sierra AGI interpreter. The program reads an image in BMP, PCX, or TGA format, converts it to 160 x 168 x 16 colors and writes the result in AGI readable format, optionally showing the result onscreen.
newslog is a simple Perl CGI program that provides a Web interface for updating news items or diary entries on a Web page. It may be run as a CGI or as a mod_perl program. A user-defined number of items appear on the "current news" page and older items are automatically moved into date-based archive files. News postings may be syndicated to Advogato or other sites based on mod_virgule.
NetHirc is a bad pun and a Net::IRC client. It is terminal-based, and it comes with many silly Nethack-inspired messages. NetHirc is very modular and extensible; if you know Perl, you can customize NetHirc, and reload your changes while it's running. If you don't know Perl, you can still customize all the messages and mold the client to look like you want it. If you've become frustrated with other IRC clients that have nasty scripting languages and take themselves too seriously, then NetHirc could be your ticket to enjoying IRC again.