ReOrganize4L is a tool for rearranging the files on an MP3 stick. It is based on ReOrganize! for Windows and supports many devices. The main idea behind it is that most MP3 sticks sort the tracks by date. ReOrganize4L first copies the tracks to a temporary directory on your hard drive, then rearranges the order of the files. After this, it copies the tracks (with the new order) back to the stick.
phpshow is a server-side Web script that provides an image browser and a cross-fading slideshow. You simply place it in a Web folder with images and it works. It first shows a browser overview with automatically generated thumbnails. Clicking on a button or one of the pictures starts a slideshow where images are resized to fit the window by default. A variety of cross-fading and blending modes are also included. It also offers the user the option to download zip archives of all photos in browse mode.
GSI is an easy-to-use network audio system that gives applications, through a very simple API, sample playing with stereo, 3D, doppler effects, music playing (MIDI, HMP, MUS), and CD playing and ejecting/changing. GSI also contains a separately usable sound/music loading/saving/format conversion library libgsif, although saving/format conversion is not completely done. It is known to run on Linux, OpenBSD, and FreeBSD, with support for /dev/audio (8000Hz mono mulaw), OSS, ultrasound project drivers, and FreeBSD's pcm system (from 0.9.4 on).
ID3v2 Chapter Tool is an authoring tool which allows you to signal the start and end times of particular sequences within an audio file, rather like the chapters within a book. The information is embedded within audio files using an extension to the ID3v2 specification called "Chapter Frames".