The Magic Notebook is a CGI script which allows the user to store and organize notes in as many topics as are desired. Uses include contact information, to do lists, lists of books to read, status information for different projects, a list of "things to do when thus-and-such happens", keeping track of things you need to tell people, and for the advanced user an editable quote of the day. The Magic Notebook is intended to give Webmasters a new attraction with little extra work.
SimplyBibTeX is an application to share and hold BibTeX bibliographies. One can add, edit and remove entries from bibliographies online or upload complete collections. The system uses a very simple but effective template mechanism. Users and coworkers can subscribe to RSS 2.0 or Atom feeds in order to get notified about changes.
Woclema is weblogging software that is intended to be managed and edited using the command line. However, there is no reason a HTML UI couldn't be implemented. Woclema offers template-based layout, strict XHTML output, post categories, permanent links, comments, and simple spam-protection.
MiniIM is multi-protocol instant messaging client. It is based on J2ME and thus targets the MIDP2 supported platforms (commonly found in the mobile devices). It is inspired by the popular Pidgin (Gaim) program. The design is concentrated on the protocol level abstraction and an easy way to integrate new protocol implementations. The interface design is unaware of the underlying protocols.
Dream Diary is an encrypted diary application. It allows styled text with embedded images which the application can download from the Web. It indexes words to make it easy to search on words or phrases. It uses strong encryption (Blowfish) on all diary entries. Although it was originally designed for recording dreams, it can be used for any kind of diary or notebook.
RavenNuke is a secure and fast Content Management System (CMS) that is HTML, XHTML, and CSS standards compliant. It comes with the most up to date patches for all included components, including NukeSentinel. Also included are gCalendar, HTML Newsletter, PHPBB Attachment Mod, Advanced RSS Feed, SimplePie, and much more. It comes with an installer that is very easy to use, as well as thorough documentation. It has its roots in PHP-Nuke 7.6, but the underlying code is vastly different.