MUTE File Sharing is an anonymous, decentralized search-and-download file sharing system. Several people have described MUTE as the "third generation file sharing network" (From Napster to Gnutella to MUTE, with each generation getting less centralized and more anonymous). MUTE uses algorithms inspired by ant behavior to route all messages, include file transfers, through a mesh network of neighbor connections.
XBNBT is a modifed BNBT BitTorrent tracker that offers many additional features such as support for flat-file or MySQL database operation, a Web interface, RSS feeds, user integration with IPB, IPB2, vBulletin 3, phpBB, and PHPNuke, control over TCP parameters, additional administrative, statistics, and control options, additional filter and search facilities, and more.
Rateless-coded Transport is a set of applications that use ground-breaking error correcting codes technology. They support fast reliable transmission over UDP, live content streaming and Internet multicast trees, duplex firewall transparency, ultra-fast reliable transport for WANs (up to 40-times faster than TCP), and optimal peer-to-peer multi-source download protocols.
konspire2b is a content distribution system that takes the standard peer-to-peer model and turns it upside-down. Instead of downloaders broadcasting search requests, content sources send out announcements for the content that they have. This simple change gives the konspire2b network several nice properties, including log-bounded distribution times.
The Interverse is the evolution and combination of the Web, chat, instant messaging (IM), and voice communication. It is not just a graphical user interface (GUI), but an immersive user interface (IUI). The Interverse is a virtual universe running on top of the Internet. It uses the Crystal Space 3D engine to render the user's view of the world.