@1 Links Submission and Approval System I lets visitors submit free links to your site. Their links will only be added to the main datafile once you have viewed and approved them. A password- protected admin interface for searching, adding, marking, approving, holding, editing, and deleting is included. The user may also upload an optional site logo.
Dowser is a Web research and archiving tool that clusters results from search engines, associates words that appear in previous searches, and keeps a local cache of all the results you click on in a searchable database along with summaries and links to related information. It helps you to keep track of what you find, with no advertising.
Java Search Engine is a server-side search engine program for Web sites written completely in Java. It features HTML and PDF indexing, a built-in Web crawler, international encodings support, words and phrases search, and returning results as quotations with highlighted words (like Google). It is available as EJB, JSP, servlet, or Java API library. For non-Java enviroments, it is available as an XML server with XSLT support.
WebSuck goes through a Web page, following links and making a list of the datafiles encountered along the way. It is useful for such tasks as downloading large image galleries without clicking all the links yourself. It can output a file list in a format appropriate for wget, and another for GetRight. It can be used either via a Swing GUI or in console mode.
Kallimachos is a simple Web-based digital book-catalog intended for personal use. Books are indexed by title, author, translator, edition, genre, page number, and ISBN. You can insert a new book, enter the library, and search by any item. It also provides a system-info viewer. The installation is quick and simple, and the program has a user-friendly interface.
Keyword Market Value Analyzer is a tool that allows you to compile a database of keywords, based on a particular keyword subject, and compare their real market values. The analyzer compares the number of times a keyword is searched for with the amount advertisers are willing to pay to advertise for the keyword. The result is a really good idea about how much money-making potential there is for that particular keyword.