Cuppa is a cute application for Mac OS X to time your cup of tea as it steeps. Use it right from the dock: just right-click or command-click on the little teacup, and select the beverage you wish to brew. You'll see a tea bag appear in the cup, and gradually darken as the tea steeps. When the tea is done, the teacup will bounce and make a sound.
DeskNow WebMessenger is a Jabber/XMPP secure instant messaging server that includes a Web-based IM client. It can be accessed transparently across firewalls, proxies, and NAT, and supports 128-bit SSL encryption. Other features include the support for unlimited virtual domains, a Web-based administration console, and the ability to send broadcast messages and alerts to all users. It is compatible with the most popular Jabber clients, and can run on any OS.
Spider Linker provides the ability to efficiently make all content on a Web site, particularly dynamic content, available to Internet search engines. It discovers content on one or more Web sites, and creates a table of contents (TOC) of all the content in a format that is friendly to search engine spiders. HTML, XML, sitelist.txt, and Harvest Control List formats are supported, and custom formats can be constructed. Since it provides FTP, HTTP/HTTPS, upload, and email publishing mechanisms, it can also support XML feeds and other URL submission strategies.
Magic Charts is a tool to easily follow the stock market using Point and Figure charts. It allows you to get a set of updated charts everyday in your mailbox or, if you prefer, download the charts files from a Web site. Charts of the following markets are available: US, US mutual funds, ETFs, iShares, Canada, United Kingdom, and Europe. A sample portfolio is sent every day.
Bocazas is an IRC chat applet that gives visitors to your Web page access to any chat network and the ability to have public and private conversations simultaneously and transfer files. It accepts all IRC commands but has an easy interface and supports English, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, German, Catalan, and Galego.