zssh (Zmodem SSH) is a program for interactively transferring files to a remote machine while using the secure shell (ssh). It is intended to be a convenient alternative to scp, allowing to transfer files without having to open another session and re-authenticate oneself. zssh is an interactive wrapper for ssh used to switch the ssh connection between the remote shell and file transfers. Files are transferred through the zmodem protocol, using the rz and sz commands.
Linuxlord is a client/server architecture to enable Web-based thin client computing using Linux. Linuxlord allows you to login to your Linux desktop from everywhere via a Java applet running in your Web browser. It supports compression, making it useful even over a dialup connection.
ttyload is a tty-based utility for monitoring the load averages on a Unix system. It presents 3 graphs, one for each of the 3 common load average numbers (1min, 5min, 15min) that things like uptime normally show you. Each graph is in its own color, and if two or more of the graphs happen to intersect, then the color changes to reflect that.
vt52vnc is a VNC viewer which can be used on prehistoric green monochromatic terminals called vdt52s, which are capable of vector graphics. It is functional and nicely displays X on the terminal, but without the routines for dithering, compression, and password support. Its architecture provides a framework to add those features if needed.