Audiality is a highly scalable and portable audio engine and synthesizer. MIDI files are used in combination with scripting and modular synthesis, to minimize file sizes and maximize flexibility. Audiality can be used as a music and sound effects player in multimedia productions, or as a realtime MIDI synthesizer.
NUI is a GUI ToolKit intended to work with SGI's OpenGL API. It is similar in many ways to GTK+, Qt and even Win32, but with many enhancements in order to make it an easy and yet powerful tool for cross- platform GUI programming. It is currently developed on platforms supported by the NGL framework.
Extensible Messaging Platform is a spam-filtering firewall server application. It protects any SMTP mail server from spam, email- orne viruses (including dangerous auto-launch viruses) and other objectionable content. It filters mail using complex contextual signatures (not simple keyword lists). The use of contextual signatures results in high success and extremely low false-positive rates. Additional features include automatic XML extraction/database insertion, optional POP3 retrieval, comprehensive user-definable contextual filtering, content-based message routing and developer API.
Readerware is an easy and fast tool for cataloging your books, music, and videos. Its unique auto-catalog feature lets you feed in a list of ISBNs, UPCs, or barcode scans, automatically searching multiple Web sites to build the most complete database possible, with cover art. It is also possible to drag and drop from a browser. A Palm OS interface is provided, allowing you to take your database with you.
CHDecide (formerly known as iDecide) will ask you to estimate how likely you are to succeed with an option, how much it's worth for you and how much it hurts if you fail. It will then compute which option is expected to give the most happiness. The program uses the expected-utility theory to make predictions of which option you should choose. You might think that you don't need a program to make your choices, but research has shown that humans are surprisingly bad at picking the most logical choices.