@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.
@1 Personal Memoranda lets your site users submit their personal information and business particulars to your searchable database (pending approval by the administrator). An email is automatically sent to the administrator when a submission is made, and an email is sent to the user when their record is accepted or rejected. Image upload is supported, as well as renaming of field titles, auto profile ID, and date-stamping (sort by date).
binclock is a fullscreen console "binary" clock. Binary clocks show the time using blinking LEDs to represent 0s and 1s. The time is cut into decimal digits, each represented by a column of four LEDs ("bits"). This clock is mainly for amusement, but it can be used to train humans to "read" binary numbers pretty fast.
Demish allows mirror maintainers full control over which packages are wanted in their Debian mirror, giving full control over the size of the mirror. It can be used to quickly build a mirror to a laptop or CD, and update computers which don't have a fast internet connection (or any connection at all).
Mike's Jukebox Distro is really just a floppy image that you add to a CD full of mp3's, using it as the El-Torito boot image. It has a complete Linux kernel and madplay, along with BusyBox. A simple shell script uses "find" to get a list of all mp3's on the CD, and it then plays each of them in order. tty3 is used for the player output, tty1, and tty2 have shells to allow the user to "play" while it's playing music.