AutoScrapbook helps automate the creation and maintenance of an online photo gallery. It creates the thumbnails and Web pages for you by asking you for descriptions of the pictures. It works best when run under Linux and within X (for picture viewing), but you could use it through only a terminal and a separate browser if necessary. It can optionally allow you to delete, rename, and rotate images during the description process. It can also use the programs exif, exiftags, and/or jhead to access EXIF data from the images and/or store descriptions within the JPEG header. Note that this program creates a static Web site around existing images, using the existing directory structure as the heirarchy for the Web site.
The Data Mine is a search engine designed to make a more useful interface available to users. It is designed around human-computer intelligent interaction considerations. It divides the screen into two halves. One lets you find all the instances of your query's keywords, and the other lets you look through a highlighted version of the results you choose.
trackSearchHits.cgi examines the traffic your site is receiving from the major search engines by processing Apache Web server logs. It displays hits generated by clicks from Yahoo, MSN, and Google searches and displays a bar chart comparing the number of hits from each search engine.
p-get is a porn Web spider for the efficient download of Internet video pornography. It is designed to never download the same file twice. It downloads from TGP galleries. Although written in Java, it is a command line tool in the Unix tradition. It is known to work in Linux, Windows, and OS X with Sun's Java, gcj, and jamvm+GNU classpath.
UvumiTools Dropdown Menu is a cross-browser, fully degradable, unobtrusive dropdown menu plugin. It is very easy to use and simply adds features and functionality to existing HTML on your site. It turns a basic unordered list into a very nice and sturdy animated horizontal drop- down menu.