SQLCipher provides fully transparent encryption of SQLite databases. SQLCipher is a specialized build of the SQLite database that performs transparent and on-the-fly encryption. Using SQLCipher, an application uses the standard SQLite API to manipulate tables using SQL. Behind the scenes, the library silently manages security, making sure that data pages are encrypted and decrypted as they are written to and read from storage. SQLCipher relies on the peer-reviewed OpenSSL library for several encryption requirements, including the AES-256 algorithm, pseudo random number generation, and PBKDF2 key derivation.
Web Lite TV is a simple application that allows you to stream videos from your iTunes library to your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. It works with DRM videos, has a one-click installation procedure, and presents a clean iPhone-like interface for navigating your TV shows, podcasts, and movies.
Maxi80 is an iPhone and iPod Touch application for listening to Maxi80.com, a French eighties music Web radio. The application displays the current and next show name and the cover of the current song, and allows you to send emails to the radio or DJ. A stripped down Android version is also available.
TeachToPod is a set of shell scripts for ripping DVDs from The Teaching Company to produce either video files (m4v) or audio files (mp3) for playback on an iPod. Metadata such as lecture titles are automatically scraped from the Web and added to the output files. Operation of the scripts is almost automatic, and from the operator's viewpoint requires merely physical insertion and removal of the DVDs. Presently, the scripts are optimized for iPod Classic and have only been tested on Ubuntu 10.10.