HTML Include solves the problem that the Hypertext Markup Language doesn't know a command for including other files into a source file. It uses specially styled comments to refer to other files, which will be inserted at this position. Unlike to the well known Server Side Include mechanism, this tool pre-processes the HTML files, resulting in files that have all referenced source files directly embedded. Thus it does not depend on any Web-server for correct appearance. As a bonus, HTML Include also writes the current date to the "last modification" line and brower meta, which you usually forget (or do not bother) to update.
Google2Itn converts a Google Maps URL to a TomTom Route file. It takes all waypoints from the URL and creates an ITN entry for each. Thus it's possible to plan your trips in Google Maps and then transfer the generated ITN file to your TomTom navigation handheld. Reverse translation from an ITN file to a Google Maps URL is also possible.
Mail2Web is a gateway between email and Web service for places where no direct Internet connection is available, but email can be used. This script can be installed in the .forward file of an email-enabled Unix account and will then translate simple email commands into Web page fetches. Authorized users are identified by their "from" address and a password in the subject line.
BerliOS is going offline by the end of 2011, so the download links won't work anymore.
In case you are interested in the source, please contact me directly.