User Manager is a supplement to the "Accounts" pane in the Mac OS X System Preferences, designed for use with small home networks. User Manager is targeted at power users who desire full control over user and group attributes, without the need to resort to using the NetInfo Manager. With it, you can create, edit, or delete users and groups in any Open Directory node (e.g. a NetInfo domain). The interface allows you to edit nearly all record attributes, including UID, GID, login shell, and home directory. You can also manage Unix group memberships using the drag-and-drop user and group-centric interfaces.
BluetoothSender sends files over Bluetooth to paired devices using OBEX Object Push from the command line. It is created to allow automated/scriptable sending of files to Bluetooth devices. This utility is intended for embedding in scripts and has no user friendly graphical interface.
Romeo provides remote control of a Mac via Bluetooth and a compatible mobile device, allowing the user to control such programs as iTunes, DVD Player, and presentation applications. A mobile phone can be used as a mouse, a volume control, or a method of telling the machine when the user's there.
SmartMines is a minesweeper game for Mac OS X (Tiger and above) with a few features that make it stand out when compared with many other minesweeper games. For instance, it features "smart clicks" that make it easy to both mark and uncover with single button mice. Also the minefield window is resizable, so actually hitting the square you want will not be the greatest challenge.
StepMenus enhances the user experience in OS X by providing a NeXTSTEP-style applicaiton menu for Cocoa applicaitons. The current application's menu is displayed in a compact floating window that can be repositioned wherever is most convenient. It is great for multi-monitor setups since you no longer have to move the cursor (and your attention) to the main monitor to access the menu for a window on your secondary display.
Shortcuts is a tool to make your own keyboard shortcuts for frequently used items and actions. It can set shortcuts for the most popular applications like iCal, iTunes, and Mail. It can set shortcuts for actions that control the system, volume, screen, and playback of music and video. Shortcuts can be used to open frequently used files and documents, scripts that you run regularly, and your favorite Web sites.