The Philips LightFrame2 is a technology for TV-quality video and photo display on a computer monitor. LightFrame(tm) is a combination of hardware and software for Windows. xLightFrame brings almost the same functionality to X. You can highlight the whole screen, or any part of it. This program is useful only on Phlips LightFrame-capable monitors, like the model 109S. It is an independent program that has no relation to or links with Philips. You can use it from the command line, or with help from the companion script lfw.sh.
apacheLogSplit is a PHP 5 program that takes an Apache COMMON log formatted file and imports it into a database for further analysis. It is specifically designed for those who want to data mine their log files but their host can't or won't load mod_log_sql. It's extendable to other log formats as inputs and other repositories as outputs.
The Magnification Composite Manager (MCM) is a screen magnifier that enlarges all or a portion of the screen for visually-impaired users of the Gnome desktop. The magnifier manages off-screen copies of all the windows on the desktop; it zooms them and places them back on top of the desktop screen. It is a composite manager because it uses the new Composite extension of the X Window System display.