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PUBLIC MARKS from cascamorto with tag database

March 2007

openParc : gestion de parc informatique et téléphonie — Open-Mairie

gestion du parc informatique et telephonique (IP) gestion des interventions, composants, logiciels recherche des composants et logiciels par reseau (wmi) mise à jour automatique des utilisateurs active directory

November 2006 : Passwords lore, cracking passwords

by 1 other
HOW TO ACCESS ANY DATABASE ON THE WEB (how to find working passwords when you forget your own)

April 2006

*** Lazybase ***

by 18 others (via)
Sharable databases. Anyone can create a database online and share it with others. Still, I get the sense that this will be a bit too geeky for most users.

January 2006

SQL Relay

by 1 other
SQL Relay is a persistent database connection pooling, proxying and load balancing system for Unix and Linux supporting ODBC, Oracle, MySQL, mSQL, PostgreSQL, Sybase, MS SQL Server, IBM DB2, Interbase, Lago, SQLite and MS Access (minimally) with APIs for C, C++, Perl, Perl-DBI, Python, Python-DB, Zope, PHP, Ruby, Ruby-DBI, Java and TCL, drop-in replacement libraries for MySQL and PostgreSQL clients, command line clients, a GUI configuration tool and extensive documentation. The APIs support advanced database operations such as bind variables, multi-row fetches, client-side result set caching and suspended transactions. It is ideal for speeding up database-driven web-based applications, accessing databases from unsupported platforms, migrating between databases, distributing access to replicated databases and throttling database access.

SQL Designer

by 23 others
Modeliseur de BDD en AJAX. Impressionnant

December 2005


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MusicBrainz is a community music metadatabase that attempts to create a comprehensive music information site. You can access the data from a client program — for example, a CD player program can use MusicBrainz to identify CDs and provide information about the CD, about the artist or about related information. You can also use the MusicBrainz Tagger to automatically identify and clean up the metadata tags in your MP3 collections. You can use Musicbrainz right now to automatically identify and label your music files — all you have to do is download and run a MusicBrainz enabled tagger. Read more about our taggers. [download] Download MusicBrainz Picard [Windows/Linux/Mac OS X] [download] Download Jaikoz Tag Editor [Windows, Linux, Mac OS X -- More info...] [download] Download Magic MP3 Tagger [Windows -- More info...] [download] Download My Music Collection [Windows -- More info...]

November 2005

Music-Map - the Map of Music

by 8 others (via)
the music-map is a part of gnoosic gnoosic is a part of gnod gnod is a project of marek gibney

Welcome to the world of Gnod!

by 10 others (via)
Gnod is my experiment in the field of artificial intelligence. Its a self-adapting system, living on this server and 'talking' to everyone who comes along. Gnods intention is to learn about the outer world and to learn 'understanding' its visitors. This enables gnod to share all its wisdom with you in an intuitive and efficient way. You might call it a search-engine to find things you don't know about.

by 192 others (via)
Ever since we started the Music Genome Project, our friends would ask: Can you help me discover more music that I'll like? Those questions often evolved into great conversations. Each friend told us their favorite artists and songs, explored the music we suggested, gave us feedback, and we in turn made new suggestions. Everybody started joking that we were now their personal DJs. We created Pandora so that we can have that same kind of conversation with you.

Windows XP Events and Errors Database

by 2 others
The Windows XP Events and Errors search page provides an easy-to-search, online reference for the error and event messages generated by Windows XP Professional. Find detailed explanations, recommended user actions, and links to additional support and resources.

October 2005

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This page is primarily intended as an engineering resource for people who need to deal with computers built around the PCI bus. It's reason for being is that there is no other centralized database of PCI device IDs. This database is entirely user-supported; all the data has been, and continues to be, furnished by those working in the PCI market. Feel free to add info for the use of others!

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