jab:Phone provides a Web-based system for keeping track of employee/personnel names, phone numbers, and other information. Some of its features include up to ten data fields (which can be configured in the Administration area) as well as URL and Image fields for each listing, the ability to search the database by the contents of any data field, the ability to sort the database index by any data field, and configurable fonts and colors (through the Administration area).
Surftree is an applet that displays data organized in a spreadsheet as an expandable tree on a Web page. The tree can be 9 levels deep and have over 65,000 nodes. Each node can display up to 4 independent Web pages or JPG images. It works with Java 1.0 and 1.1+ and in any Web server environment.
Zambeel is an e-mail based archiving system that was designed to address the needs of people who move around frequently, but need to keep their files in one place. Files that need to be stored for future reference can be emailed to the system as an attachment. It then stores them as part of your personal archive, which can be searched and accessed later.
This PHP class displays results of MySQL queries in a browseable and editable format akin to a MS Access display. Columns have headers that allow sort order to be changed by clicking on them. The listing may be editable or read only: full edit mode (change, delete, insert) or select mode. There is a select box (drop down list), checkbox, hidden columns, and an editable title bar allowing any HTML. The SQL results must have at least one field and a field that contains an unique identifier (UID).
Eidetic is a middleware library for building database driven applications with Perl and Template::Toolkit. It provides handlers for displaying, editing, searching, and administrating data. It provides an interface-generic way of building db apps allowing Web, command line, or daemon styles of interfaces. It is currently used by several applications, including STP, docsys, and rackview.
Haystack is a powerful tool designed to enable each and every individual manage all of her information in the way that makes the most sense. By removing the arbitrary barriers created by applications that only handle certain information "types", and recording only a fixed set of relationships defined by the developer, users can define whichever arrangements of, connections between, and views of information they find most effective. Such personalization of information management will dramatically improve your ability to find what you need when you need it.