LibVNCServer is a library that makes it easy to make a VNC server. All you do is provide a frame buffer and some I/O functions, and call a function each time the frame buffer changes. It supports all encodings known, including tight, zlib, ZRLE, and cursor encodings. It also includes the HTTP server from Xvnc, so you can start a java viewer by surfing to http://my.vnc.server:5801 or similar. It includes a beta version of LibVNCClient, which makes it easy to make a VNC client. Also included is LinuxVNC, which is to the Linux console as WinVNC is to the Windows desktop.
Fiji is an image processing package. It can be described as a distribution of ImageJ together with Java, Java 3D, and a lot of plugins organized into a coherent menu structure. Fiji compares to ImageJ as Ubuntu compares to Linux. The main focus of Fiji is to assist research in life sciences. For users, Fiji is easy to install and has an automatic update function, bundles a lot of plugins and offers comprehensive documentation. Developers may access the source code of all internals, libraries, and plugins, which eases the development and scripting of plugins.
Application Service Providers
Some people do not seem to understand that security is a *BIG* issue.
There is no DNA involved using electronic highways. So it can be impossible to even know about a crime if you don't force physical evidence to be left (by storing data only on your own computer, which you switch off after using, locking your room and house, switching on the alarm system etc.).
Even if it is known to an ASP that your data was stolen, is the provider really interested in informing you of that? Making you loose trust in him and his services?
P.S. Webmail services are a very good example of ASPs because they have already reached numbers of users so as to judge their capabilities.