System Manager in a Box (SMiaB) is a multipurpose system administration tool. It offers tuning suggestions, locates configuration problems, monitors system activity and provides job control. Using artificial intelligence techniques, SMiaB can perform more than 2000 system checks, reporting not only which files have problems, but which systems are affected and why.
TalentSoft Web+ (WebPlus) is a development tool dedicated for developing web-based client-server applications without writing CGI programs. It enables rapid/easy creation of highly functional web pages which integrates with databases, files systems, email, Java applets, and other third-party programs. With Web+, users can quickly and easily create powerful Web applications without learning complicated programming languages such as C, C++, PERL, or Java. Web+ currently runs on Microsoft Windows NT/95, Linux, Sun Solaris, HP-UX, SGI IRIX, and will soon be available on other Unix systems. It works with most web servers and integrates with all ODBC compliant databases.
TZO has unique Dynamic DNS solutions for Linux users. With the TZO Client software, you can get a permanent host name, or run your Top level domain name from your Home Internet Connection. TZO allows you to host your own Web, FTP, Telnet, or other TCP/IP session with a host name, even if you are stuck with a dynamic IP. It works with most Cable Modem, ISDN, xDSL, and Dialup connections.
Zigzag is a multi-dimensional data organizing system by Ted Nelson, the creator of the "hypertext" concept and the Xanadu project. Things are organized into cells like a spreadsheet, but without the rigid two-dimensional structure. Zigzag is currently implemented in Perl and distributed as shareware for $25.00 U.S.