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=Instances of software=
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==Voice recognition==
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*[[Dragon NaturallySpeaking]]
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==Blogging software==
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*http://redalt.com/wiki/Blog+Software+Breakdown | http://www.asymptomatic.net/blogbreakdown.htm
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*http://wordpress.org/
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==Timeline generation==
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*http://sourceforge.net/search/?words=timeline&type_of_search=soft
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*http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:EasyTimeline_syntax
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==[[Firefox extensions]]==
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==[[Thunderbird extensions]]==
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==Logic==
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*[http://www.isi.edu/isd/LOOM/PowerLoom/ PowerLoom™ Knowledge Representation & Reasoning System]
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==My shared scripts/software==
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http://svn.tylerrick.com/library/ book library
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http://svn.tylerrick.com/rails_shared/ Rails shared code
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http://svn.tylerrick.com/windows/
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===private===
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http://svn.tylerrick.com/shell/ Shell scripts/config
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http://svn.tylerrick.com/vim/ vim scripts
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==[[Bookmarklets]]==
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==Screencasts==
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* http://www.debugmode.com/wink/ -- "Wink is a Tutorial and Presentation creation software, primarily aimed at creating tutorials on how to use software. Using Wink you can capture screenshots, add explanations boxes, buttons, titles etc and generate a highly effective tutorial for your users." Save as Flash file.
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==GNU/Linux desktop software==
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===media player: Amarok===
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A lot like iTunes.
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===To-do lists===
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*http://todotxt.com/
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==Windows software==
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[http://tylerrick.com/wiki/Backup_software#For_Windows Backup software]
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http://www.cygwin.com/ -- GNU/Linux environment
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===Anti-Spyware===
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[http://www.safer-networking.org/en/download/ Spybot - Search & Destroy 1.4]
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===Anti-virus===
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http://www.clamav.net/binary.html
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===Password tracker===
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[http://keepass.sourceforge.net/ KeePass Password Safe] -- Looks very good. Open source.
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===Lists of software===
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http://dag.wieers.com/howto/windows-apps/ DAG: Open Source Windows applications
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==To do==
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Import from:
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*open source project list I started
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*my directory structure: E:\Programs
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*Default: Drill down by platform, then by application type/category
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[[Category:Software]]
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[[Category:Computers]]

Revision as of 22:20, 15 February 2007

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Split between two pages and categories?:

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  • instances of software

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Contents

Other

About software

Questions

Why do people choose cryptic names for their command-line programs?

Sure it's faster to type... but it's nearly impossible sometimes to guess what the program does without running it! It would be nice if at least you had some idea what the program was just by looking at the name... is that so much to ask?? Let people make their own short aliases if the default (long) names are too long for them (i.e., they use the command a lot).

Examples:

http://extensions.rubyforge.org/rdoc/index.html:

you can run the command rbxtm ("Ruby Extension Methods") to get a list of the methods implemented by this project

Ideas to check out

http://code.google.com/soc/ Google Summer of Code

http://code.google.com/ Google Code - Google's Developer Network

Hadoop

Hadoop is a collection of Free Java software previously developed by the Nutch project but now maintainted by Lucene. The system includes a distributed filesystem reminiscent of GoogleFS named the "Hadoop Distributed File System", a clone of Google MapReduce called "HadoopMapReduce" and a few other miscellaneous pieces of software. The collection is intended to support the Lucene project's search engine by allowing it to be distributed over a network of commodity computers.

It looks like they're trying to provide an open-source response to Google.

Collaborative documents

We have Wikis for collaborative text document / documentation / encyclopedia / book collaboration.

We have shared Google calendars for collaborating on calendars.

Now we have Google spreadsheets for collaborating on spreadsheets.

What's next?????

Links

Good blogs

Data storage options

Text files

http://todotxt.com/whytxt.php

More information

w:Portal:Software






Instances of software

Voice recognition

Blogging software

Timeline generation

Firefox extensions

Thunderbird extensions

Logic

My shared scripts/software

http://svn.tylerrick.com/library/ book library

http://svn.tylerrick.com/rails_shared/ Rails shared code

http://svn.tylerrick.com/windows/

private

http://svn.tylerrick.com/shell/ Shell scripts/config

http://svn.tylerrick.com/vim/ vim scripts

Bookmarklets

Screencasts

  • http://www.debugmode.com/wink/ -- "Wink is a Tutorial and Presentation creation software, primarily aimed at creating tutorials on how to use software. Using Wink you can capture screenshots, add explanations boxes, buttons, titles etc and generate a highly effective tutorial for your users." Save as Flash file.

GNU/Linux desktop software

media player: Amarok

A lot like iTunes.

To-do lists

Windows software

Backup software

http://www.cygwin.com/ -- GNU/Linux environment

Anti-Spyware

Spybot - Search & Destroy 1.4

Anti-virus

http://www.clamav.net/binary.html

Password tracker

KeePass Password Safe -- Looks very good. Open source.

Lists of software

http://dag.wieers.com/howto/windows-apps/ DAG: Open Source Windows applications

To do

Import from:

  • open source project list I started
  • my directory structure: E:\Programs

Import into / Pull data from Software database

Views:

  • Default: Drill down by platform, then by application type/category
  • Drill down by application type/category, then by platform
  • Table view, ordered by rating?
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