NASD (Network Attached Secure Disk) is a prototype next-generation network storage device. Unlike current data servers, NASD provides a simple object interface to storage over the network with cryptographic support, leaving high-level filesystem details to a separate file manager. NASD is intended to provide a flexible basic level of storage functionality and serve as the base of a complex storage system.
Nevermind Who a.k.a nwho is a GUI for the linux/unix utility rwho. Its interface based on GTK displays who is logged on to machine in your local network depending on how you configure rwho and rwhod. Its main feature is the ability to have a picture in XPM format for each login that is displayed when you click on the login. It is designed for sysadmins to visually verify at a glance that people logged in on machines are really who they pretend to be.
Newmat, a C++ matrix library, is intended for scientists and engineers who need to manipulate a variety of types of matrices using standard matrix operations. The library includes the operations *, +, -, concatenation, inverse, transpose, conversion between types, submatrix, determinant, Cholesky decomposition, QR triangularisation, singular value decomposition, eigenvalues of a symmetric matrix, sorting, fast Fourier and trig. transforms, printing, and an interface with Numerical Recipes in C.
napMan is an infobot that provides you with a real time glimpse into the current state of the worldwide network of nap servers that are based on either the closed source Napster protocol or the Open Source opennap protocol. It displays a list of all the nap servers and current statistics for each server (users, number of MP3 files, gigabytes), and provides the ability to ping individual servers and check the network lag time, a facility to save the list of servers and statistics to a file, and the ability to refresh statistics for individual servers or all the servers.