The morse2led package consists of two programs, blinker and text2morse. Coordinated use of the programs can translate text into morse code displayed on your keyboard's leds, as described in Neal Stephenson's _Cryptonomicon_. The blinker program is a very flexible tool that interprets a token stream as signals to control the leds, allowing one to do cool things like make Knight-Rider patterns or send subtle visual alerts. The text2morse program translates text into user defineable morse code text symbols. Compiles on Linux and FreeBSD. Runs in text console or X mode.
Mod_Corba is a plug-in module for the Apache web server. Mod_Corba exposes the Apache "module" API via CORBA. With this, any object in any language on any system can be used as a plugin module for an Apache web server, without recompiling or restarting the server. Since the entire internal operation of the Apache web server is based on the module API, the possibilities are almost limitless.
mod_ntlm is a NTLM authentication module for Apache / Unix. NTLM is often used in Microsoft based Intranets to pass user's credentials from their workstation-logon to the web server (user authentication without password boxes). Password validation is done through Windows NT or Samba machines over TCP/IP.
mod_sequester is a module for the Apache Web server 1.3 which allows you to control access to Web documents according to the date and time of the request. It provides four basic ways to control access: allow until time t, allow after time t, allow between times t and t', and allow except between times t and t'. It is useful for controlling access to time-sensitive things like press releases (disallow until after), special offers (allow until), or windowed 'this week only' opportunities (allow between).