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by keusta & 2 others
« ... a software bundle that can be easily installed on a portable memory (pendrive, usb stick, hard drive) to allow anonymous surfing while at an internet cafe, library etc. ... »

Subtitles database: Mysubtitles

by CineFan
Subtitles in many languages, and subtitles search engine


Direct Folders :: System Utilities::File-Disk Management :: Free Software Download Site

by webzf & 1 other
Direct Folders guarantees you quick and direct access to your favorite folders and recent documents. Jump to any deeply nested folder in a single mouse click. Direct Folders automatically resizes every standard file dialog, so you can see a larger number


by ycc2106
Flickr Keyword browser with exclude!

Flickr browser, Flickr set manager

by ycc2106
Flickr browser, set manager and greasemonkey scripts

Browse Amazon Books: LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP)

by access2
LAMP is a mnemonic acronym fro "Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP" (sometimes Perl or Python) which refers to four open-source software packages that constitute a very popular and robust web-server platform.

Browse Amazon Books: Literature, Alphabetical Authors

by access2
Great and near-great fiction from alphabetically by author, the way it's supposed to be.

Browse Amazon Books: Biography, Alphabetical by Subject

by access2
Amazon has a number of "biography" sections as subcategories of other sections. Unfortunately, there is no single all-inclusive biography section. Let us help you find what you're looking for!

Browse Amazon Books: Classics Illustrated Comics

by access2
Classics Illustrated Comics are generally true to their source material, and are not only a good way to introduce young readers to literature, but have also been the salvation of many a book report procrastinator over the years.

Browse Amazon Books: Extensible Mark-up Language - XML

by access2
XML is a flavor of SGML used for machine-to-machine communications, such as RSS feeds. It is more structured than HTML and a bit verbose. XHTML is an XML vocabulary which is the coming web standard. XML can be transformed (XSLT) using stylesheets (XSL).

Browse Amazon Books: Javascript

by access2
Javascript is the most common, and probably the best language for creating interactive web content in the client-side browser.

Browse Amazon Books: Linux Operating System

by access2
The Linux microkernel is the basis of numerous operating systems (distributions or "distros") that run a wide variety of open source (free) software. Now more powerful and user-friendly than ever!

Browse Amazon Books: Berkeley Standard Distribution (BSD) - FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Darwin

by access2
The BSDs are better operating systems than Linux, but because there is no profit incentive for promoting them, they are virtually unknown outside technical circles.

Browse Amazon Books: Hypertext Markup Language - HTML

by access2
HTML is the basic language for creating web-pages, and the underlying technology for many more advanced web techniques.

Browse Amazon Books: Practical Extraction & Reporting Language - Perl

by access2
Perl is the most versatile and practical lnaguage for server-side scripting applications.

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