jVLT is a vocabulary learning tool. Examples containing one or many of the vocabulary words may be specified. jVLT also can perform quizzes, querying only those words which you frequently did not know in the past or which have not been queried for a long time. During a quiz, jVLT shows the examples of each word, letting you better memorize its usage.
FreeOTFE4PDA is an "on-the-fly" (OTFE) transparent disk encryption program. Using this software, you can create one or more "virtual memory cards" on your PDA. Anything written to one of these cards will be automatically and securely encrypted before being stored. A PC version is also available, allowing data encrypted on your PC to be read/written on your PDA, and vice-versa.
Pootle is a Web-based translation and translation management tool. It provides a rich set of features for mangaging a translation project. It integrates components of the Translate Toolkit to provide error checkers for translation messages and the ability to download files in a number of formats: PO, XLIFF, CSV. Pootle can also provide compiled PO files for download. You can use it to assign work to translators in your team, and you can define goals to help focus the efforts of your translation. Pootle can run without a Web server or be proxied through your existing Apache server.
JoomlaWatch allows you to watch your Web site visitors and bots in real-time from the administration menu, particularly their IP addresses, countries they come from, geographical location on a map, which pages they are viewing, and their browser and operating system. It creates daily and all-time stats from this information plus unique, pageload, and total hits statistics. Furthermore, you can block harmful IP addresses, see blocked attempts stats, evaluate the trend charts, and create goals based on many parameters. In the frontend, it can show the top countries, user, and visit information for certain periods of time.
If you have a pre-determined quota from your operator of how much packet data you can use in a month, it's a pain to first find the Logs application, open the packet data counter, then try and work out how much data you have left from the amount used so far. Data Quota shows two simple bars: one showing how much of the data for this month you have used, and one showing how much of the month has elapsed. This lets you tell at a glance if you've been using data up too quickly or slowly, so you can be more (or less) frugal.