The Restaurant Game is a restaurant simulation where you play as a customer or waitress. This game is a research project at the MIT Media Lab that will algorithmically combine the gameplay experiences of thousands of players to create a new game. In a few months, we will apply machine learning algorithms to data collected through the multiplayer Restaurant Game, and produce a new single-player game that we will enter into the 2008 Independent Games Festival. Everyone who plays The Restaurant Game will be credited as a Game Designer. More information online: http://theRestaurantGame.net/
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The initial reason for the development of Shimo was the lousy software-implementation of the Cisco-VPN-Client for MacOS. Shimo wants to do it the MacOS-way: That means to reduce the interface to the important features and integrate it right into the user-interface of the OS. Thus the interaction with this piece of software is absolutely intuitive and self explanatory. Try it out and you will see what we are speaking of...
* simple and intuitive interface
* advanced statistics
* automatic reconnect on wake-up/start-up
* automatic updating to newest version
Introducing a little app with a lot of muscle.
Pando lets you send your home videos, giant presentations and entire folders of original quality photos to anyone with an email address. See how...
No adware, no spyware ... no, really.
Now packing a total of 86 separate actions, version 3.5 of the Photoshop Action Pack lets users of Photoshop CS, CS2 and CS3 drive Photoshop from within Apple's Automator. Version 3.5 of the Action Pack includes a new action, adds several features to old actions, and includes several bug fixes. Automator ships with every copy of OS X 10.4, and allows users to easily construct automation routines by simply dragging and dropping special Automator Actions together to create a workflow. Before you can control a specific app, though, you need to install the appropriate actions that will allow Automator to talk to the program in question. The Photoshop Action Pack provides everything you need to control all of Photoshop's major functions from within Automator. For those who wonder why they should hassle with Automator when Photoshop has its own internal automation mechanism, the answer is threefold: first, Automator lets you control multiple applications from within a single workflow, so you can easily create workflows that automatically process images in Photoshop, and then use other apps to perform additional operations - copying, archiving, placing in a page layout program, transferring to an FTP site, and so on. Second, Photoshop's built-in Actions palette does not include any logic control - you can't branch based on the properties of an image. The Photoshop Action Pack provides a number of "filter" actions which let you filter your images for processing based on file type, color mode, EXIF and IPTC tags, orientation, size, and more. With its logical operations you can build a single workflow that processes different types of images in different ways. Finally, with Automator, you can build batches comprised of images from multiple folders, volumes and servers.
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Automator Fun Apps is a set of 18 Automator applications that let you view a collection of movies in Safari or QuickTime, create a PDF contact sheet of images, print multiple Finder items directly with Mac OS X, create a text file of selected system and hardware information, create contact lists from Address Book data, convert TextEdit messages to audio email attachments, create archives, add batch Spotlight comments, add files to iTunes or iPhoto, take screenshots, and combine email messages into one text file.
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You are a busy person, aren't you? And there's an easy way to track all things that have to be done... and to get those things done! iGTD takes some concepts from Getting Things Done methodology and makes them easy to understand and use in your every day life. Just divide your tasks by contexts - where they have to be done? At home? At your office? At laptop? At any time you can access the Internet?
btpd-front is a simple btpd front-end. Btpd is the acronym for BitTorrent Protocol Daemon. BTPD is a bittorrent client consisting of a daemon and client commands, which can be used to read and/or manipulate the daemon state. The daemon is capable of running several torrents simultaneously and only uses one tcp port. It's fairly low on resource usage and should be perfect for file distribution sites. Efficient downloads and ease of use makes this client a good choice for the casual user as well.
SwissSMS is a Mac OS X front-end to SMS operators services.
It stores your outgoing messages and can export them too.
Currently, it has plugins for romandie.com (free) and orange.ch (free / subscribtion).