incant is a dict(ionary) service client with both command line and GUI versions. incant features multiple-word string searches and attempts to pattern match when a search fails. The GUI version supports browsing, dictionary selection, and intuitive keybindings. incant should work with most versions of tcl/tk, however it has only been tested with TCL/TK 8.0. incant is platform independant (within reason, clearly incant for cmdline doesn't work on MacOS).
infobot is an IRC bot written in Perl 5 which implements a sort of artificial intelligence by learning information ("factoids") from channel discussions and then responding intelligently to queries about this accumulated information. It also acts as a gateway to other useful sources of information (e.g. online dictionarys/weather stations, internic WHOIS database, DNS, IMDB, slashdot headlines, search engines, other infobots).
inpowerd is an inetd server that receives power event notifications over the network and notifies sysvinit about these power events. It is useful when more than one machine is connected to the same UPS but only one of them communicates with the UPS directly. The rpwrstat utility, which is distributed with inpowerd, can be used to notify inpowerd about power events. The rpwrstat utility is easy to port and currently known to work on Linux/Unix and NetWare. The rpwrstat distribution contains a compiled NetWare Loadable Module which is tested on IntraNetWare 4.11. This makes it possible to connect machines running NetWare and Linux to the same UPS.